You've covered your home with your own brand of vintage-industrial style - why not bring urban charm into your master bathroom as well" This Mid-Century Modern vanity fixture with its industrial elements and mixed material vibe will help you jumpstart your morning routine with its warm, vintage light. A matte black finish hugs the rounded corners of the pipe-like open frame of this fixture, contrasting with the brilliantly polished antique brass accents. A simple, yet ultra-refined, glass shade contains the included vintage Edison bulbs. With your choice of a three-light or four-light fixture, you'll have plenty of bright illumination to start your day on a high note.
Height: 7.25 inches
•Width: 21 inches
•Length: 5.5 inches
•Weight: 3.96 pounds
- Mixed Material Charm: Smooth Matte Black Hardware Combined With Sleek Antique Brass And Crystal Clear Glass Creates A Crisp Vanity Light Perfect For Your Urban Contemporary Master Bathroom.
- Dimensions: 7.25 Inch Height, 21 Inch Width, 5.5 Inch Ext; Requires 3-60 Watt Maximum Medium Base Bulbs Or Led Equivalent
- Lighting Profile: Crystal Clear Glass Shades Create Bright, Room-Filling Light Perfect For Jumpstarting Your Morning Routine
- Edison Bulb Compatible: For More Vintage-Industrial Charm, Use A Compatible Led Edison Bulb (Not Included)
- Led: Led Bulbs Compatible. If Dimmable Bulbs Are Needed, Make Sure The Bulbs You Purchase Are Dimmable Led Bulbs And You Use A Led Compatible Dimmer Switch
||Matte Black with Antique Brass
||6 in. x 21 in. x 7 in.
||4in Clear Blowing Glass Shade
||Up or Down
|Number of Lights
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