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Alexa Hampton’s Gene single arm wall sconce for Visual Comfort is a style-savvy stunner that will bathe any space in beautiful light. This high-end wall light features a smooth mix of sinuous curves and straight lines, resulting in a transitional wall lamp that’s at once posh and unpretentious. Its lattice-patterned mounting plate provides plenty of visual interest, while the soft-back natural paper lamp shade tops it all off in style. Whether you use it to illuminate your bedtime book habit or to bring an elegant touch to the master bathroom, this upscale sconce will create a sophisticated atmosphere in any space.
Under owner and designer Alexa Hampton’s direction, the world famous firm Mark Hampton LLC has completed a wide range of designs for domestic and international projects, from New York City to Hangzhou, China, including apartments and large residences, private airplanes and yachts. A perennial member of Architectural Digest’s AD100 and House Beautiful’s Top Designer list as well as a member of Elle Décor’s A-list, Hampton’s work is classic, traditional and eclectic. Her involvement in design goes far past her position as President and featured designer of Mark Hampton LLC; she is on the board of trustees for the New York School of Interior Design, the New York Landmarks Conservancy and the Institute for Classical Architecture.