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Contemporary Interior

Having a small family and a lot of unused and unusable space was the main problem of this mid 90's style home. Pushing the kitchen back into what was the formal dining room opened up the new living and dining room and also made a much more efficient kitchen. Splitface marble tile was used on the entry way wall and accented with dual sided silo wall sconces to create a art feature and a very dramatic feel as you entered the home. The tile was trimmed out in quartz (the same material that is on the countertop) to give it another level of interest and touch.

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cpeltz wrote:
Love this look! Wo manufactures the sconces? - We're going to use a similar split-face and have been searching for sconces. None seem to work as well as these. Can you help? Thanks.
     Comment   December 7, 2012
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Hi @cpeltz, thank you for your question and so sorry for my (very) delayed response. I don't have the exact specifications for these lights anymore but if you go to any manufacturer and look for up and down lit wall sconces you should find what you are looking for. Please let me know if you need any further help or have any questions.
February 4, 2014 at 7:06AM   
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Hi, if you're still looking, these fixtures look a lot like the Taos LED and the Alpine wall sconces by Edge Lighting. Hope this helps!

Taos -
February 4, 2014 at 7:28AM   
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