Home / About Kichler / News Room / Kichler Press Releases / 4-24-12 Mirrors Sconces Mirrors and Wall Sconces 2012’s Best Match Kichler® Lighting offers perfect mirror and wall sconce pairings for today’s bath CLEVELAND – April 24, 2012 – There’s no room in the home where function and style must cooperate more completely than today’s bath. That’s the beauty of the relationship between Kichler Lighting’s newest mirrors and wall sconces for 2012 – they are designed to pair perfectly for great beginnings and satisfying endings to daily tasks such as shaving, applying make-up and more. When wall sconces beautifully balance and complement mirror design, both you and your bath look terrific. “For the best bathroom lighting, install wall sconces on both sides of the bathroom mirror,” says Jeff Dross, Kichler’s corporate director of education and industry trends. “If you can add another light, place a bath strip over the top of the mirror as well so that light reaches the face from three directions.” Dross explains that equalizing lighting to eliminate shadows results in the easy and efficient completion of daily tasks. Contemporary design is on-trend and in-demand. Lydia™ Mirror | Eileen™ Wall sonces* – Kichler’s new lighting and mirror styles make it easy to choose complementary decorating elements. Kichler’s Lydia mirror, which will be on display in booth #231 at the 2012 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS), April 24 – 26 in Chicago, features a rounded, triangle-shaped beveled frame that intersects with the cocoa taupe edges of this rectangular mirror. Alternating rounded and pointed edges creates a unique outline for this eye-catching piece. It pairs beautifully with sleek, one-light wall sconces from Kichler’s Eileen collection, named for famed furniture designer Eileen Gray. The wall sconces feature clean, straight linear construction with simple glass for a style that is inspired by Gray’s contemporary, trend-setting taste. They feature a Polished Chrome finish with satin-etched cased opal glass. Hendrik™ Collection* – Kichler’s Hendrik collection is a gorgeous family of contemporary fixtures that honor the man regarded by many as the “Father of Modern architecture,” renowned Dutch Architect Hendrik Berlage. Much like Berlage himself, the Hendrik family mediates between modern and traditional styles. Kichler’s Hendrik mirror features a Brushed Nickel finish that harmonizes with a corresponding wall sconce pair featuring classic lines and a Polished Chrome finish. Kichler offers traditional to transitional styles for a variety of tastes. Laura™* | Wickham™ Wall Sonces* – The oval-shaped Laura mirror features a heavy fleur-de-lis accent at the top and bottom of the frame and a distressed silver leaf finish. It is lovely when accented with the gentle curves, Olde Bronze® finish, and flowing, balanced lines that give the traditional Wickham family a graceful feeling. The one-light wall sconce features a Classic Pewter Finish with satin-etched cased opal glass and an inverted bell-shaped glass shade. Crimson Leaf™ Mirror* | Larissa™ Wall Sonces* – Kichler’s Crimson Leaf mirror, striking in its crimson-burgundy color, features a beveled glass mirror and a reverse-painted glass frame with gold design details and Antique Gold trim that is nicely accented by wall sconces from the Larissa bath collection. The wall sconces capture the essence of classical design with a Tannery Bronze™ finish and hand-formed steel combined with gold accents and citrine glass. If lighting above the mirror is the only option, choose the Larissa five-light bath strip to create a warm, antique look for the bath. *Not in-booth at 2012 KBIS. Kichler® is a world leader in decorative lighting and ceiling fans, encompassing more than 3,000 products, including chandeliers, wall sconces, bath lighting, ceiling fans, under-cabinet lighting, landscape lighting, outdoor lighting, lamps, mirrors and accessories. A leader in energy-efficient technology, Kichler’s line of Design Pro LED fixtures feature several winners of the Lighting for Tomorrow Award, sponsored by the Consortium for Energy Efficiency, the U.S. Department of Energy and the American Lighting Association. Kichler products can be purchased at independent lighting showrooms nationwide. View Kichler products, as well as interactive electronic catalogs, at www.kichler.com.