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A wall bracket light, also known as a sconce, is a light fixture that is mounted on walls as an accent piece or as a way to provide direct or indirect lighting to an area in a property or area.

Installing a wall bracket light

Wall bracket light fixtures are available in several designs, shapes, and sizes to fit every architectural or interior design theme. Some resemble vintage wall-mounted oil lamps that help create a homey or rustic look, while others offer subtle lighting, such as an elegant pendant light wall bracket. During installation, the light fixture itself is attached to a wall using the matching wall light mounting bracket. These light fixtures are popular among lighting and design professionals as well as home decor enthusiasts.

Some unknown features of wall bracket lights

The standard material for the wall light mount housing is aluminum alloy and glass, with some designs that are fit for indoor use, while others are more suitable for outdoor use. One example is the wall-mount flood light that acts like a security light when paired with a motion sensor. LEDs are the standard light source for wall lights. They are energy efficient, have a longer operational life, and have lower thermal output than fluorescent bulbs. Lantern wall mounts are usually placed as a series of lights on a wall, either to illuminate a pathway or to light up a hall for people to walk freely at night. The desk lamp wall mount lends soft light to a work desk and transforms the ambiance of the room. There are some models that feature motion sensors built into the wall sconce mounting bracket. The light turns on each time these sensors detect movement, which is helpful in areas such as the doorway or staircase. This lighting technology is also suitable in cases where the main switch is out of reach.