Double the light with the Contour Double Sconce

Lighting is a human invention very useful for mankind offering the possibility to see in the dark and enjoy the day even when the natural light is gone. All houses have indoors lighting and people can choose from many products with various designs. When it comes to outdoor lighting or bathroom lighting there is a little problem, only few products can stand the time test not to mention the security the product must have in order to be approved so you have a small range of products.

The Contour Double Sconce is a damp locations approved product that can be put in the bathroom or at the entry of the house to give firm and strong lightning. It is made of powder coated steel and has a glossy white finish. It is both elegant and discreet, it is easy to clean with a damp cloth and it comes with two 60W incandescent bulbs included.

This product is better than other similar approved for damp locations because of its capacity, most of the items in the market have only one bulb. The simple design also helps, it’s not very sharp but not that round also and everyone loves simple and practical things that don’t disturb the eye. You can put it in the home office also, in the kitchen or even in the hallway to light up a painting, this design fits everywhere.Available for 65 euros.

Published by in Lighting, on January 18th, 2012


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