Topic: Home Improvement
Bathrooms have relatively smaller and limited space as compared to the other rooms in your home. As a result, the requirements for good lighting are heightened in this space. Not just a shower, but a lot of other activities like shaving, grooming, applying make-up etc. are all carried out in the bathroom. Exactly why you need good lighting products to illuminate this space in your home. A bath sconce is the solution to such requirements of lighting in bathrooms. They can also be aided in their function by vanity lights placed beside or above a vanity mirror. Hudson Valley ( crescentharbor.com/hudson-valley-sconces ) Lighting boasts of an array of beautiful bath sconces that are high on function and style. Crafted around five different styles, there is at least one (if not more) bath lighting that is perfect for the bathrooms in your home. Of the varied products in the line-up, here are some striking lighting fixtures to pick, if you have a home designed with classic and traditional interiors. Crafted around the Classic Heritage theme, these bath sconces derive inspiration from the styles that transpired through Western civilization between the late 17th and 19th centuries. They are characterized by ornamental motifs, exhaustive scrollwork, pleated shades, lathe cut turned holders, all of which exude an Old-World charm.
Chatham Twin Light Bath and Vanity Sconce
Chatham is an ode to the local craftsmanship, design, and architecture that prevailed through New England’s historic villages. This twin light bath sconce exudes a rugged appeal, which is complemented by the lathe-cut handiwork. Adding to this beauty are handsome features like the glossy opal shades and the beaded metal rings that cap them. This upward light sconce is available in four custom finishes - Aged Brass, Antique Nickel, Distressed Bronze, and Polished Nickel.
The Chatham family also includes bath sconces in one, three, and four light variants.
Milton Three Light Bath Sconce
The design of Milton is typical of classic and traditional styled fixtures. The decorative backplate that brings the three light sconces ( crescentharbor.com/three-light-wall-sconces ) together is crafted with a circular nose inspired from a 19th-century locomotive. The lamps in turn are supported by smooth metals rails with intricate detailing. Milton’s lamps are crafted with opal glass shades, which are pressed to resemble pleated fabric, and trimmed with contrast metal piping. Be it in a custom finish of Flemish Brass, Old Bronze, or Polished Nickel, this bath sconce with attractive details adds a historic character to any bath space.
Milton bath sconces are also available in one, two, and four light variants.
Everett Mono Lamp Fixture
The Everett bath sconce is quite unlike what you have seen so far on traditional light fixtures. This classic styled lamp is complemented by a raised backplate, and is created with a dressy style that suits formal settings, as well as those in need of a timeless touch. The cylindrical lamp is covered by a glossy opal glass shade with cast metal trim, which balances Everett’s stepped base. This bath sconce can be customized with both, round as well as square lamps, and comes in four different finishes - Aged Brass, Old Bronze, Polished Nickel, and Satin Nickel.
Richmond Four Light Bath Fixture
The Richmond bath sconce draws inspiration from lamps of the early electric period, when fixtures resembled the gas lamps that they replaced. Its design also draws strong influences from the revival of architecture that predated the American Revolution around the same time. The dentil cornices that decorate the lamp shades are reminiscent of the trim work of an 18th century manor house. Its vented glass and strong metal tubing are a legacy of the gas lamp predecessors. In a choice of Flemish Brass, Old Bronze, and Polished Nickel finishes, the Richmond bath sconce is every bit a classic piece when placed in a well-thought of setting.
Bath sconces from Hudson Valley lighting incorporate many unique design elements. Their eye-catching details are great conversation starters, while their design stays true to its conservative roots.