With a slant towards a traditional vibe with oil rubbed bronze and crystal clear shade, this versatile flush mount provides the perfect accent lighting for any home. Especially well-suited to small spaces, the crystal-clear glass shade allows room-filling illumination while lending itself to a wide variety of styles. Picture the minimalist light illuminating your modern farmhouse dining table, or imagine a vintage-styled Edison bulb illuminating from within the dynamic glass to set a rustic atmosphere for your industrial-modern bar. With the crisp, clean lines and glossy glass, the design possibilities are truly endless.
Height: 9 inches
•Width: 12 inches
•Length: 12 inches
•Weight: 4.8 pounds
- Versatile Design: Originally Inspired By Vintage Apothecary Glass Jugs, This Flush Mount Leans Toward Vintage Design By Combining Crystal Clear Glass With A Rich Oil Rubbed Bronze Finish; Use An Edison Bulb For A Hint Of Vintage Charm
- Clear Glass Shade: Transparent Glass Shade Provides Room-Filling Light To Cottage-Inspired Kitchens, Contemporary Bar Height Counters, Or Small Apartment Entryways Without Taking Up Too Much Space.
- Dimensions: 9 Inch Height, 12 Inch Diameter, Requires 1-Medium Base 100 Watt Max Bulb Or Led/Edison Bulb Equivalent
- Lighting Profile: Crystal Clear Glass Allows Light To Flow Freely, Providing Warm, Room-Filling Illumination
- Easy Installation: Mounting Hardware, Electrical Wire And Step-By-Step Instructions Included For Safe And Easy Installation
||Blackened Oil Rubbed Bronze
||12 in. x 12 in. x 9 in.
||11.63in Clear Blowing Shade
||in. - in.
|Number of Lights
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