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Sconces? Where?? Mirror what shape?

Posted by zen4d (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 12, 12 at 12:21

This bathroom is being semi renovated. I love the restoration Hardware Wilshire single/double/triple sconces:
Link:

http://www.restorationhardware.com/catalog/product/product.jsp?productId=prod1158087&cm_ps=modal_add_to_cart-_-none-_-other_items_you_may_like&categoryId=cat1701019

But can I use them in this bathroom? Where would you place the lighting and how? There is also a light in center of ceiling which will be replaced. Please help; I don't know where to begin. What kind of mirror?

Here are some pics of the bathroom that is going:

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RE: Sconces? Where?? Mirror what shape?

That's a beautiful sconce. Sure you can use it, but it would put you on a sort of glam path. Is that what you want in that bathroom?

For placement, if you're keeping the sink where it is now, maybe you could do a double or triple sconce over the mirror, and use a pedestal sink (Kohler Memoirs comes to mind) instead of the vanity. I don't think you would have room for sconces on the sides, unless there's more space that we can't see in your pix.

The Venetian Beaded Mirror would look nice with the sconce - see link:

Here is a link that might be useful: Venetian Beaded Mirror


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