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Rustic Wall Sconces Add Delightful Touch to Landscape Lighting Plan

In the stunning foothills of eastern Washington lies a home in a tranquil meadow where the owners enjoy a sweeping 180-degree view of the mountains that surround them. With a thoughtfully considered plan for how the home would fit seamlessly into its environment, the architects designed two L-shaped buildings that form a courtyard which provides shelter from the wind and privacy from the neighbors. This courtyard serves as a connection between the spaces and offers a place to be outside yet with some protection from the elements.

Subtle lighting along the walkway is provided by sconces much like our Barn Light Industrial Static Topless Sconce , part of our collection of Rustic Wall Sconces . By far one of our most versatile and popular sconces, this American-made fixture can take on a Mid-Century yet modern appearance. Rated for wet locations, it’s a great choice for an outdoor setting such as this where touches of light are necessary not only for aesthetics but for safety.

The Industrial Static Sconce is available in both small and large sizes and can be customized with six different glass choices. Choose a bold, vibrant finish color like Red, Medium Blue, or Yellow or stick with traditional colors like Architectural Bronze, Sage, or Coppertone. And while this fixture is rated for outdoors, don’t let that stop you from considering it for indoor applications. This sconce is perfectly charming in bathrooms lighting up the vanity space, in hallways that need a soft glow, and on porches to provide a welcoming beacon to visitors.

The rustic sconce can also be complemented by a rustic pendant such as the Barn Light Atomic Topless CGU Pendant which is available in the same finish colors and glass options as the sconce. Choose a stem mount for outdoor locations or opt for a cord hung mounting for indoor applications.

Top photo courtesy of Balance Associates Architects and Steve Keating Photography

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