Hello! It’s been awhile, and my only excuse is that planning our daughter’s wedding took all the creative space in my brain. That, and my previous laptop went to the computer grave yard last April. I just got a new/used one last week. We are still awaiting wedding photos, so be on the look out for a wedding post soon. Today, I wanted to feature our new frosted shade wall sconces from LNC Home that sparked a front porch refresh.
Thank you to LNC Home for sponsoring this post. All opinions shared are 100% my own.
These frosted shade wall sconces from LNC Home made quite a difference even with their simple design. The black metal housing not only stands out against the light colored siding, but also hides dirt and bug droppings much better than the previous white 😀
Simple change, big difference eh?
FROSTED SHADE WALL SCONCES
My favorite thing about these new outdoor sconces is the frosted shade for a few reasons:
- soft glow
- bulb esthetic
- ease of cleaning
The frosted glass allows for a softer ambiance while still providing ample illumination. I don’t know about you, but it seems like we never have enough matching bulbs on hand when needed. With these frosted shades, no one would notice if the bulbs behind each shade was different, providing their color was the same. As with the darker casing, dirt and bug droppings are less noticeable with this muted glass.
WALL SCONCE SPECIFICS
- Size: W6.2″x H12.2″x E7.5″
- Material: Iron + Glass
- Finish: Sanded Black + Frosted Glass
- UL Safety Rated: WET
- Bulb : Type A, E26, Max 40W(Bulb not include)
This simple change made a dramatic difference in the overall appearance of our home’s exterior. We added a total of five of these frosted shade wall sconces and were thrilled with the quality and ease of installation. Click here to view the entire outdoor light collection available at LNC Home.
FRONT PORCH REFRESH
You may have noticed another revision made to the front porch. Rennie’s Rose (Dunn Edward’s paint color) is now adorning our front door. I wasn’t ready to completely let go of my favorite color, but felt the need for change. I can still reference our front door as being pink, but she definitely looks more grown up with her deeper hue.
Here’s a fun outdoor shot taken in the evening after we applied the privacy window film.
You can find direct links to my front porch decor below. Thanks so much for stopping by!
Author and photos – Martha Knake
Chief Editor – Emily Schunke