Add mixed material charm to your dining room with this rustic kitchen island light. This light features an oil rubbed bronze finish that complements the clear seeded glass shade. The shades themselves are reminiscent of upside-down wine glasses, with rope wrapped around the lower half. This blending of different materials makes for a striking fixture that would be right at home in an industrial-infused space. This light is perfect for shedding brilliant task lighting over your modern farmhouse kitchen island.
Height: 11 inches
•Width: 33 inches
•Length: 8 inches
•Weight: 11 pounds
- Mixed Material Look: Natural Rope, Crystal Clear Glass, And A Rich Oil Rubbed Bronze Finish Combines For A Mixed Material Accent Above Your Dining Room Table. This Pendant Sheds Plenty Of Warm Downlighting Onto Your Kitchen Island, Living Room, Entryway, Or Dining Room While Infusing Your Home With Rustic Charm
- Dimensions: 11.375 Inch Height, 33 Inch Width, 8 Inch Ext; Requires 3-60 Watt Maximum Medium Base Bulbs Or Led Equivalent
- Lighting Profile: The Clear Glass Shade Allows The Light To Flow Freely For A Warm, Atmospheric Glow
- 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 Compatible: For More Vintage-Industrial Charm, Use A Compatible Led Edison Bulb (Not Included)
||Oil Rubbed Bronze
||8 in. x 33 in. x 11 in.
||8in Clear Seedy Blowing Glass Shade with Rope Shade
||20 in. - 56 in.
|Number of Lights
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