Not all homes have huge, vaulted ceilings, wide open entryways or large rooms - this small low profile flush mount is the perfect way to pack huge style in a small space. This back-to-basics, simple design is perfect for smaller dining rooms or hallways in your condo, townhome or apartment. Standing at a low 11 inch height, the white glass shade brightly illuminates your space without taking up too much of it - ideal for dining rooms with counter height tables. The rich oil rubbed bronze and the unique curved profile also adds a hint of classic design that goes well with a wide variety of looks from traditional to modern farmhouse.
Height: 10.5 inches
•Width: 12 inches
•Length: 12 inches
•Weight: 2.3 pounds
- Back To Basics: No-Fuss, By The Book Design Gives A Simple Yet Elegant Approach To Interior Lighting
- Small Space Lighting: Small Space Living" Don'T Worry About Overscaled Lighting Solutions, This Fixture Has A Low 11 Inch Height To Keep Out Of The Way Of Even Counter Height Dining Tables While Providing Ample Amounts Of Light
- Dimensions: 10.5 Inch Height, 12 Inch Diameter, Requires 1-60 Watt Maximum Bulb Or Led Equivalent
- Versatile Design: Classic Blackened Oil-Rubbed Bronze Contrasts With The Unique Profile Of The White Glass Shade, Creating A Versatile Look That Is Equally At Home In A Modern Farmhouse Dining Room Or A Traditional Entryway.
- Lighting Profile: White Glass Shade Creates Bright, Area-Filling Illumination, Despite Its Small Size. Perfect For Smaller Apartments Or Hallways With Low Ceilings.
||Blackened Oil Rubbed Bronze
||12 in. x 12 in. x 11 in.
||12in White Blowing Glass Shade
||in. - in.
|Number of Lights
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