I received an email from a famous lady. She has a Ranch style home with four bedrooms, three and one half bathroom in the typical Spanish architecture of that area of the southwestern United States.
Anyhow, she wrote to me saying that she was doing a little decoration in two rooms of her home with Wall Sconce Shelf as well as was looking for some wall decoration valuable suggestions. She went on further to say that the all rooms that she was about to beautify are the living room in addition to the dining room.
Wall Sconce Shelf for room
To make things very easy for me to understand in regards to the decor and furniture previously in these rooms, she sent me several pictures of both of the rooms so that I could study them vigilantly and make my best suggestions for Wall Sconce Shelf.
Almost immediately my thoughts went to wall sconce candle holders. There are several beautiful pieces that would add slight charm to any southwestern furnishings.
Living room decoration
I started with the 1st living room. In this room the floor carpet is a medium tan. There is a rather big overstuffed dark brown leather couch, a red leather beautiful chair and a cloth chair in a southwestern pattern of reds, yellows, greens in addition to golds. Surrounded by the couch as well as chairs is a large square marble coffee table in a faint dark brown marble swirl.
There is an adobe fireplace in the wall corner in the shape of a cone with the bigger part of the cone on the bottom, tapering up the corner if the wall. This fireplace is a light brown with artful scrolls in dark brown accenting the opening of the fireplace, the big black mantle and the upper half of the cone going up the wall corner.
On left side of the fireplace are windows and a smooth sliding glass door overlooking the desert as well as mountains in the background? On the right side of the fireplace is a wall having two large unframed great Native American oil paintings, one on top of the other. This is due to the need of wall space because there is a large oak entertainment center covering nearly all of the wall space.