Create a serene, spa-like retreat in your master bathroom with this contemporary 4 light fixture. A dark oil-rubbed bronze finish contrasts with the glassy square-cut shades, complementing the clean, crisp lines that give this fixture its modern looks. Perfect for adding bright illumination above your master bathroom mirror, use this contemporary fixture with compatible LED Edison bulbs to give your vanity a slight urban industrial feel.
Height: 7 inches
•Width: 28 inches
•Length: 6.875 inches
•Weight: 12.93 pounds
- Contemporary Contrast: Crystal Clear Glass, Clean, Sharp Angles, And A Decadently Dark Oil Rubbed Bronze Finish Combine To Form This Contemporary 4 Light Vanity. The Thick Glass Of The Square Cut Shades Makes Them Appear Gem-Like, Giving A Slight Glam Feel While Contrasting With The Oil Rubbed Bronze Hardware. This Modern Minimalist Fixture Is Perfect For Adding Contemporary Charm To Your Spa-Like Master Bathroom.
- Dimensions: 7.5 Inch Height, 7 Inch Length, 28 Inch Width; Requires 4-60-Watt Maximum Medium Base Bulbs Or Led/Edison Bulb Equivalent
- Lighting Profile: Thick Clear, Square-Shaped Glass Shades Slightly Distort The Light, Creating A Gem-Like Effect That Allows The Light To Flow Freely For A Bright, Room-Filling Glow
- 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 Bulbs You Purchase Are Dimmable Led Bulb And You Use A Led Compatible Dimmer.
||Oil Rubbed Bronze
||7 in. x 28 in. x 7 in.
||Steel & Glass
||4in Clear Blowing glass Shade
||Up or Down
|Number of Lights
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