Double wall sconce – Wall not only lighting fixtures add to a dimly lit room, but the correct style of sconces can add the character and ambience of a room. Adding wall sconces is a relatively easy project if there is a small attic space or unfinished attic over the room where they will be installed. Adding wall sconces is a labor-intensive project. If it is not easy to access through the room. And what you need to fish cable through the finished walls and ceiling. Fishing cable through roofs and walls can be a challenge even for the most experienced remodelers.
Determine where the wall sconces are to be mounted. There is no hard and fast rule about the mounting height, but 60 inches above the finished floor is considered an industry standard. Use the electronic stud locator to make sure you will not drill and cut. On a plate when you cut the openings for the wall light outlet boxes.
Use of one of the boxes of light output as a guide, will surround a felt tip marker or pencil. The goal here is to cut a tight opening for the boxes. With the drill or driver and a 3/8 inch blade tip. Then, drill a hole to touch the inside of the trim line. And then, remove the fuse using the portable jigsaw. Also, determine where to drill through the top plate of the wall by having a help tap against the ceiling after entering the attic or attic crawl space.