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20 Sconce Lights Under $50

Lately, there have been several little corners and skinny walls in our house that I’ve been looking at and thinking, “A sconce would look super cute there.”

Then somehow I found myself escaping down the online shopping rabbit hole for sconce lights and ended up with 20 of them in my virtual cart (because that’s my idea of a wild Friday night apparently… heh).

A budget shopping guide with 20 sconce lights for a tight budget under $50 with DIY ideas for how to use them even without hiring an electrician.

I did order some, and I’ll be sharing where we’re putting them soon. It’s going to look soooo gooooood!

They’re so perfect for spotlighting a pretty piece of artwork, using beside the bed for extra nightstand space, and making a dining room or fireplace mantel feel extra elegant. We currently plan on putting a couple in our upstairs hallway that is desperate for extra light.

And the best part is if you can’t use them hardwired, you can use them as plug-ins with cord covers (this tutorial explains how to do the basic electrical work yourself), or you can use this magic light trick to make them cordless without the need for an electrician.

So if you’ve been on the hunt for some sconce lights for a small budget, I rounded up all 20 of my favorites for under $50.

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6 Comments

  1. I have looked at many of these lights and not one is under $20.00. Did you mean to write $50.00?

    1. I think you just mis printed just above the lights where it says
      So if you’ve been on the hunt for some sconce lights for a small budget, I rounded up all 20 of my favorites for under $20.

  2. Love your posts & blog, Lauren.
    Is there a link missing? When I click on a sconce they come up as way more than $20.

  3. That is so funny! I’ve been looking for a scone light for sooo long and some of the one you shoved us are in my shopping cart too! I just can’t decide (that’s me sometimes!) Thanks for this post Lauren!

    1. Yes! I put a link to two options further up on the post for how to turn a hard wire sconce into a plug-in and how to make it operate with a remote using a puck light. 🙂

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