Get Your Country Charm Twofold with this Double Wall Sconce
Here at Architect Design Lightning the radial shade is one of our most popular designs, and for a good reason. It brings just the right touch of nostalgic style and decorative elegance that can fit in with any type of space. These lights are durable enough for all outdoor locations, so you can use them to bring country charm to a front porch or a retro look to a restaurant or store façade. The radial shade is a little boost of ornamentation for this commercial-quality fixture, offering an attractive complement to the cast guard and glass jar. And since these double fixtures come with two lamps you get twice the illumination and twice the old-fashioned allure on one junction box!
Rustic Porch Lights to Match Your Façade
Radial shade sconces are the perfect choice for bringing some functional lighting to your home or business's entryway. To give your residential dwelling classic panache try adding one of these double sconces to your front porch or entrance foyer. They cast an ample glow in all directions thanks to the addition of an extra lamp. You can match your architecture by giving this sconce light the correct finish. There are so many color choices to pick from, including powder coat colors that are resistant to rust for many years of outdoor use in any weather. Among our selections you will also find real metals that include copper and brass. Real metal shades will be crafted with an aluminum cast guard in a copper or brass finish to match.
Double Wall Sconces for Upscale Commercial Buildings
Vapor-tight fixtures are a smart option for commercial and industrial spaces. They offer more than just an attractive veneer; they also give you years of reliable durability. Made in America using quality machine spun aluminum, these fixtures are designed to outlast any elemental or environmental factor. A vapor-tight glass jar keeps dirt and moisture away from your bulb while a sturdy cast guard protects from accidental breakage. Let these double sconces light the way along shopping malls and individual storefronts, restaurants, office buildings, or manufacturing facilities.