Bring your casual and cozy vintage industrial design style to the great outdoors with this small 1 light outdoor barn light. With its durable fire engine red finished powdercoated steel, this 1 light wall sconce exudes plenty of country farmhouse charm with its wide barn style shade, allowing for plenty of downlighting to illuminate your home address, doorway, entryway, garage, outdoor living room, porch, or outdoor paths. For even more vintage charm, use a compatible Edison bulb to take advantage of the exposed bulb profile of the farmhouse shade. This hardwired wall sconce may also be used indoors.
Height: 9.875 inches
•Width: 9.875 inches
•Length: 13.625 inches
•Weight: 1.7 pounds
- Outdoor Light'S Wall Mount: The Outdoor Light With A Rust-Proof, Powder-Coated Red Finish Withstands Rain, Wind, And Sun Year After Year; A Wide Barn-Style Shade Creates The Perfect Vintage Industrial Rustic Accent For Your Modern-Day Cottage Exterior
- Warm Lighting Profile: This Wall Light Has An Open Bottom That Creates Atmospheric Area-Filling Downlighting; Requires One 60-Watt Maximum Bulb Or Led/Edison Bulb Equivalent
- Dimensions: This Outdoor Wall Light Is 10 Inches In Height With A 10-Inch Width
- Easy Installation: Easy-To-Read, Step-By-Step Guide Provides Clear Instructions For Setting Up Your New Light Fixture
- Transforming Homes And Lifestyles: Rewriting The Rules, Challenging The Status Quo, And Reimagining A New Model Of Home Décor That Brings Together The Perfect Balance Of Form, Function, And Inspiration Under One Company, One Roof, One Kenroy Home
||14 in. x 10 in. x 10 in.
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