Versatile and attractive, this spotlight will leave you faced with a design conundrum - where do you place such an attractive up light that normally remains hidden" While spotlights and up lights are usually placed behind couches or other pieces of furniture. This spotlight's brilliant brushed steel finish may have you using these lights as front and center design elements. This expertly crafted finish is perfectly suited to either predominantly display the light, or subtly blend it into your existing decor. Using only one standard fan bulb, these small accents can accent a plant, sculpture, or place it behind furniture to achieve warm and serene backlighting.
Height: 5 inches
•Width: 7 inches
•Length: 5 inches
•Weight: 1.3 pounds
- Highlight your décor: shine a spotlight on your key décor - illuminate a plant to create dramatic shadows, highlight your antique vases, or place behind your sofa to create soft backlighting
- Dimensions: 5.25 inch height, 6.625 inch width, 4.875 inch ext; requires 1-60 watt maximum bulb
- Lighting profile: these small lights pack a big punch of strong directional light ideal for highlighting your treasures or for creating serene backlighting when placed behind furniture
- Convenient line switch: no more fumbling for a pesky socket switch - quickly and easily operate this floor lamp with the convenient on/off line switch
- Adjustable light: swivel the round metal shade to redirect light where you need it - point the shade directly upwards to create ambient uplighting or move it to create a dramatic spotlight for your wall art or sculptures
||5 in. x 7 in. x 5 in.
||3.13in Brushed Steel Metal Shade
||On/Off Line Rocker Switch
|Number of Lights
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