Up until the last few years I firmly associated wall lights with granny’s country cottage. Their main purpose, to hang scarves and catch flies. This is until I was introduced to Hector Finch and their inspiring pieces. Like my current love -their Tiber Wall Light.
Wall lights shouldn't just be confined to the kitchen they can also look great in the sitting room. For those who don't have an abundance of space for lamps in their sitting rooms - wall lights can provide a softer feel in the evenings. I especially love these Twig Wall Lights from Vaughan. Inspired by 20th century sculptor, Giacometti, this wall light is more like a sculpture than a light.
If you are looking for something less artistic and more functional then you may want to opt for a light like this Flexible Wall Arm from Pooky. This functional bedside reading light comes with a mammoth selection of shades so you can be sure it will fit with your interior style.
This curvaceous Cristol Small Double Sconce from Circa Lighting is both subtle and striking. It would look equally at home in a bathroom as it would in a bedroom.
Looking for something simple and sleek? Then you might like the contemporary, hand forged solid steel Harrington Wall Light from Jim Lawrence. This light would work well in both contemporary and more traditional spaces.
Did any of those take your fancy? If you have already found your wall lights and are looking for some tips on how to hang them the try my post Shedding Light: Tips for Hanging Wall Lights