Distinctive lenses put a fresh crop of wall fixtures in a stunning new light. Each sconce, available at local retailers, brings unique glamour to any room.


Eclipse by Paul Ferrante, John Brooks Inc., Sconce
By Paul Ferrante, to the trade, John Brooks Inc., SLC

A lighted disk of glass sits inside a hammered and distressed ring of antique brass. 

Glacier Indoor

Glacier Indoor by Hammerton Studio, Mountainland Design
By Hammerton Studio, $795, Mountainland Design, SLC

An LED-illuminated panel of artisan glass crafted from recycled material floats on a hand-polished base. 


Lighted seedy slump glass fronts antique brass piping and a bronze circular backplate. 


Nightfall by Currey & Co. The Garden Store
By Currey & Co., $1,464, The Garden Store, SLC, 801-595-6622

A shade crafted from three shapes of rock crystal is mounted on wrought iron with a gold leaf finish.


Stella by Baker Furniture, LMK Interior Design, Sconce
By Baker Furniture, $3,897, LMK Interior Design, SLC

Light elegantly flows through octagonal tubes of Murano blown glass mounted on a gleaming brass frame. 


Walden by Hudson Valley Lighting, Retrospect Water & Light
By Hudson Valley Lighting, $750, Restrospect Water & Light, SLC

Light plays on shapely forms of thick pressed glass and metal warmed with a gradient brass finish. 

Toscana Alabaster

Toscana Alabaster by Palecek, Curate to the Trade, Sconce
By Palecek, to the trade, Curate to the Trade, SLC

A brass backplate supports illuminated slices of natural alabaster. 


A crystal orb, laser-etched and LED-illuminated, rests on a natural brass base.

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Brad Mee is the Editor-in-Chief of Utah Style & Design Magazine.