Sconces were a popular feature of Victorian bathroom lighting. You can bring back the ambiance of Victorian bathroom lighting with available recreations of these traditional sconces. Many fixtures of the period were gas fixtures, or gas fixtures converted to electric. These same gas fixture styles have been recreated as electric lighting fixtures for the modern home. With our original Victorian bathroom lighting photos on the left, you can compare these original fixtures with today’s styles shown on the right to recreate a Victorian bathroom design.
A Victorian sconce of solid brass was originally a gas fixture but later converted to electric.
A Victorian single gas sconce made of solid brass from House of Antique Hardware has similar lines to the Victorian bathroom lighting fixture shown to the left.
An ornate Victorian sconce is one of a pair that flanked a mirror in a period bathroom. This sconce features a torch flame glass shade.
Rinaudo's Reproductions created the "Highgrove" electric wall sconce in the style of the Victorian bathroom lighting fixture shown on the left.
An ornate Victorian sconce is one of a pair that flanked a mirror in a period bathroom.
Progress Lighting Timberbrook Collection created a similar style to the Victorian bathroom lighting on the left, costing less than authentic reproduction lighting.
A timeless one-light wall sconce features hanging crystal accents, a glass shade, and a crystal candle cup.
A wall sconce in Crystorama's Traditions collection will add sophistication to your Victorian bathroom lighting design. Just add a glass shade to recreate the similar style to the authentic fixture to the left.
Vintage Bathroom Lighting
The bathroom is a fun place to test out your creative mind, because you can decorate this space to match your personality. No matter how you decorate your bathroom area, you will need to have the proper type of vintage bath lighting in place to accommodate your design theme.