Farmhouse has never looked so modern. This contemporary rustic kitchen island light has an open-box frame enclosing five exposed antique bulbs. The included Edison bulbs have a distinctive vintage vibe, adding a touch of charm to the distressed white woodgrain finished frame. Suitable for even sloped vaulted ceilings, long island light adds the perfect modern farmhouse atmosphere above your kitchen island or long dining room table.
Height: 10 inches
•Width: 36.25 inches
•Length: 10.688 inches
•Weight: 13.34 pounds
- Modern Farmhouse Charm: Modern Clean Lines And A Distressed Woodgrain Finish Add Plenty Of Casual Rustic Charm To This Kitchen Island Light. Comprised Of An Open Wood Frame And Five Exposed Edison Style Bulbs, This Kitchen Island Fixture Fills Your Kitchen And Dining Room With Plenty Of Atmospheric, Warm Light While Accenting Your Modern Farmhouse Home Décor.
- Dimensions: 10 Inch Height, 36 Inch Width, 11 Inch Ext; Includes 5-60 Watt Antique Style Vintage Edison Bulbs
- Lighting Profile: Exposed Bulb Profile Creates A Bright, Area-Filling Atmospheric Glow That Provides Plenty Of Light For Meal Prepping, Cooking And Crafting
- Vaulted Ceiling Compatible: A Swiveled Base And Optional Extension Tubes Make This Fixture Both Vaulted Ceiling And Sloped Ceiling Compatible; Perfect For Your High Vaulted Entryways Or Sloped Ceiling Dining Rooms
- Edison Bulb Included: This Island Light Includes 5 Led Antique-Style Edison Bulbs So You Can Add A Warm, Atmospheric Light With Vintage Charm To Your Living Space
||Distressed White Woodgrain with Graphite
||11 in. x 36 in. x 10 in.
||19 in. - 55 in.
|Number of Lights
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