Hoping someone knows ... looking for wall lights that plug in?

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times like these i wish i saved every receipt and scrap ... i bought wall lights for the inn that look like the ones i'm showing here.  crummy picture but i grabbed it from the inn website where the ones i bought still live.

no idea where i got them and i can't find similar. i am looking for brushed nickel but would go with a similar look ... crazy that when i renovated my house before selling we were into aged bronze and now i find that finish everywhere i look

financially i'm pinched and can't bring back the electrician for more wiring right now ... because it's a condo i'd have to get yet another inspection. 

does anyone have lights like this or have you seen them anywhere? 

i can buy the cord covers if they don't come with them

shot in the dark, but maybe someone knows?wall light

 

 

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Thanks all. I ended up buying two plug in wall lamps/sconces at $150 each  more than I intended to spend but I think they will match my ceiling light. 

 

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Seashanty, try this site https://www.lampsplus.com/products/wall-lamps/

I have had luck ordering from them and they have a ton of styles to choose from.  

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Just kicking myself that I didn’t think of adding wall lights in the electrical contract. 

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Morticia. I saw those, yes. Just can’t believe I can’t find them in the finish I want 

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Look for sconce. Home Depot, Lowes and Amazon should have a selection. 

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Been all over those sights. No luck so far. I guess it’s crazy to think i am looking something from 10 years ago! The issue I’m running into is the plug in instead of hard wired.thanks. I’ve got a few bookmarked but they’re not quite it

 

Generic wrote:

Look for sconce. Home Depot, Lowes and Amazon should have a selection. 

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seashanty wrote:

The issue I’m running into is the plug in instead of hard wired.

If you find something you like in a "hard wired" fixture and are a bit handy, you may be able to use a box like the link below to attach to the wall and run your own "plug in" cord

https://www.lowes.com/pd/RACO-1-Gang-Gray-Metal-Interior-New-Work-Shallo...

Sad, but these days it seems everything is made overseas and promptly replaced with something new and improved almost immediately. Hope you find something to suit your needs.

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This is not it, but maybe doable? You'd have to paint it. $4 can of spray paint.

https://www.amazon.com/Lightess-Lighting-Gooseneck-Industrial-Farmhouse/...

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Have you tried Restoration Hardware? You can always paint them. We spray painted all the shiny brass fixtures here.

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