Wall Candle Sconces Hobby Lobby - She has a Ranch style four bedrooms, three and a half bathroom house in the typical Spanish structure of the area of the southwestern United States. Anyway, she wrote to me saying that she had been doing some decorating in two rooms of her house and was searching for a wall decorating ideas. Elizabeth went on further to state that the rooms that she had been going to decorate would be the living room and the dining room. To make things simpler for me to know about the decor and furniture already in those chambers, she sent me pictures of both of those chambers so I could study them attentively and make my ideas.
Almost immediately my ideas went to wall sconce candle holders. There are a few gorgeous pieces that could add subtle charm to any nautical decoration. I began with the living room. In this room, the carpeting is a medium tan. There's a rather large overstuffed dark brown leather couch, a red leather chair and a cloth chair in a southwestern pattern of reds, yellows, greens, and golds. Surrounded by the couch and chairs is a large square marble coffee table at a medium dark brown marble swirl. That is an adobe fireplace at the wall corner in the form of a cone with the larger part of the cone on the bottom, tapering up the corner of the wall.
On the left of the fireplace are windows and a sliding glass door overlooking the desert and hills in the background. On the ideal side of the fireplace is a wall with two large unframed Native American oil paintings, one on top of the other. This is due to the lack of wall space because there's a massive oak entertainment center covering the majority of the wall space.
This is all I had to see. I immediately went to work and found a couple wall sconce candle holders that could finish this room. My choices were the Varazze Wall Sconce, the Leyanna Mosaic Wall Sconce, the Belleville Wall Sconce or the Meyda Scrolling Wall Sconce. Any one of those wall sconce candle holders could add an amazing feel to Elizabeth's living room.Next, I took a look at the pictures of Elizabeth's dining room. The floor in this room is oak. In the center of the room is a rustic appearing large oak dining room table sitting on a large southwestern style woven rug. Around the table are ten oak chairs with ox blood colored padded leather backs and seats.
There's a large American Indian wall tapestry on the wall opposite the outer wall of the room. Beneath the tapestry is a lengthy buffet cabinet that matches the dining table and seats. The outside wall has two rather large windows with vibrant southwestern window treatments. The wall space in between the two large windows is a boulder fireplace moving up the entire wall. It took me just a couple of minutes before I had some great hints for wall sconce candle holders on both sides of the tapestry. Any of these would add a warm atmosphere to the room.