Published on November 29, 2016

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Photography by A BEAUTIFUL MESS

The Brass and Glass Globe Sconce

A Beautiful Mess shows us how to build a simple yet stylish plug-in from scratch utilizing trendy brass fixtures with classic cloudy orbs that emit an atmospheric glow.

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Photography by BRIT + CO

The Bottle-Molded Concrete Sconce

This eco-conscious soda bottle hack from Brit + Co turns your plastic trash into the mold for an earth-friendly treasure.

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Photography by CAMILLE STYLES

The Cloth Cord Copper Pipe Sconce

Camille Styles creates a swiveling model from shiny plumbing parts and sheer ingenuity. The step-by-step instructions are easier than they seem.

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Photography by THE GATHERED HOME

The Agate Slice Sconce

This stone-faced fixture from The Gathered Home incorporates a natural rock screen that feels alive when lit. It’s perfect for a boho-chic room.

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Photography by LOVELY INDEED

The Geometric Base Sconce

Lovely Indeed props up a standard store-bought fixture on a handcrafted backplate for some extra dimension and formality. The possibilities are endless.

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Photography by ONE LITTLE MINUTE

The Hardwired-to-Plug-In Sconce

If you’ve ever missed out on beautiful lighting for fear of hardwiring, One Little Minute has got your step-by-step plug-in transformation covered.

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Photography by HELLO LIDY

The Swing Arm Sconce

Hello Lidy makes a major statement with this tall wall light elegantly arched over a cozy reading nook.

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Photography by SUGAR & CLOTH

The Bracketed Pendant Sconce

Take your average cord light to new heights with this serpentine mounting scheme from Sugar & Cloth. The combination of Ikea and West Elm means this look is as affordable as it is pretty.

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Photography by POPPYTALK

The Accordion Sconce

Poppytalk boosts your average clamp light with an outstretched arm for both functionality and traditional style.

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The Task Light Sconce

Add tons of midcentury charm with wooden dowels and copper fittings in this brilliant bedside hack from Vintage Revivals.