Remember this huge window that’s going above the kitchen sink?
Well, that sucker needs a few lights above it! There will be 3 sconces, evenly spaced above the window. I’ve wanted to try this look for awhile, and I’m so excited about finally doing it!
A few of these choices are more aspirational than realistic (especially since I’ll need 3 of them), but if I saved a few pennies elsewhere I might be able to make them work.
(1) Metal Grid 9 3/4″ High Bronze Wall Sconce – $69.99; (2) Satellite Sconce – $125; (3) Franklin Sconce – $79; (4) Reed Industrial Swing Arm – $335; (5) Bare Bulb Wall Sconce – Angled Lamp – $65; (6) Princeton Junior Sconce 2.25″ – $228 (with this shade combination); (7) Isaac Sconce – Long Arm – $130 (white option could also look great); (8) Industrial Wall Sconce Light – $30; (9) Wood and Metal Caged Wall Sconce – $198; (10) Double Wall Sconce – $95 (also available as a single sconce for $65, or with brass or wood sockets – wood might be nice!); (11) Industrial Wall Sconce – Bare Bulb Lamp – $35; (12) Edison Socket Sconce – $145; (13) Mini Hi-Bay 1-Light Wall Sconce – $149.40
Ideally, the fixtures would cost less than $100 a piece, which actually leaves quite a few options. However, I’m finding myself drawn most to the Isaac Sconce (#7) – it’s unique, a bit retro looking, and a good size. It also comes in white – I’m debating whether black or white would look best. The cabinets will be stained wood, the floor will probably be dark gray tile, the countertops will be marble, and the backsplash will be white with dark grout. What do you think? Oh, and I’m thinking that some of these guys might have to make an appearance in the bathrooms…
While I’m leaning towards the Isaac Sconce for above the kitchen window, I’m still not 100% sold on it. Are there any you absolutely love, or would run away screaming if I chose them? :)