Inspired by rustic farmhouse design, this chandelier is anything but run-down - a sleek blackened oil rubbed bronze accentuates arms supporting exposed candelabra bulbs. This elegant chandelier's versatile design is perfect for industrial dining rooms, modern farmhouse living rooms, or gothic urban loft entryways. Filling the area with a bright ambient glow even when installed on vaulted ceilings, this stylish, edgy accent provides just the right touch of rustic charm.
Height: 11.5 inches
•Width: 24 inches
•Length: 24 inches
•Weight: 7.7 pounds
- Modern Farmhouse Inspired: Reminiscent By A Round Wagon Wheel Shape, This Round Chandelier Features Five Arms Supporting Exposed Candelabra Bulbs. The Blackened Oil Rubbed Bronze Creates A Versatile Look Perfect For Illuminating Your Industrial Dining Room Table Or Modern Farmhouse Entryway. Perfect For Gothic, Modern Farmhouse, Industrial And Rustic Design, This Chandelier Will Add Just The Right Amount Of Vintage Industrial Charm To Your Cozy Home.
- Dimensions: 11.5 Inch Height, 24 Inch Diameter, Requires 5-Candelabra Base Bulbs 60 Watt Max Or Led Equivalent
- Lighting Profile: Exposed Candelabra Bulbs Allow Light To Flow Uninhibited, Creating A Bright, Area-Filling Glow
- Vaulted Ceiling Compatible: Adjustable Length Chain Makes This Fixture Both Vaulted Ceiling And Sloped Ceiling Compatible; Perfect For Your High Vaulted Entryways Or Sloped Ceiling Dining Rooms
- Edison Bulb Compatible: For More Vintage-Industrial Charm, Use A Compatible Led Edison Candelabra Bulb (Not Included)
||Blackened Oil Rubbed Bronze
||24 in. x 24 in. x 12 in.
||20 in. - 87 in.
|Number of Lights
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