We’ve broken ground. What I am most excited about is that the nook we’re creating for a built-in desk and shelving. I really like to tuck things away, therefore a built-in compact desk nook is the perfect answer for us.
A clutter-free work surface is high on my priority list, so we’re outfitting the nook using wall sconce lighting. Mounting desk light on the wall allows more open desktop space.
Whether two sconces framework the a focused sconce anchors it, wall light in a room feels suitably library-like. One may also consider picking an articulating fixture, which allows for task-light adjustment, a welcome choice in a workspace setting.
Izumi Tanaka Photography
In a midcentury home workplace, the sconce is mounted on the wall perpendicular to the desk. Its long swinging arm allows for task-light adjustment.
W Design Interiors
Mounted directly on the built-in bookcase, two fixed sconces framework the desk area.
Every one of those desk cubbies is outfitted with its Boston Functional Library Wall Light and built in corkboard.
Mabbott Seidel Architecture
Potentially the most common swing-arm wall lamp of all time, Artemide’s Tolomeo is the perfect choice for a modern home office.
Murphy & Co.. Layout
An office in a home’s turret includes sconces fixed on the window casing.
Dufner Heighes Inc
2 swing-arm wall lamps might be corrected for ample workspace light in this home office.
Adapt Architecture & Construction
Located just off the kitchen, this coordinating home office includes modern cabinetry, stone counters plus a focused sconce.
Begrand Fast Design Inc..
Centered below a window, this dressing table is saturated with sconce natural and dining table light.
One sconce is centered within the snug little desk nook of a small girl’s bedroom in the Netherlands. It is the ideal place for doing crafts and homework.
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