This bathroom fixture combines traditional style with contemporary lines.More Details >
An inviting mix of traditional and contemporary design elements, this three lamp bathroom light fixture comes with a chrome finish and porcelain accents. A decorative lighting design from Regency Hill.
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This is going to be placed in the guest bath. I just took in a homeless lady of 58yrs of age and I needed to up date a bit. I needed something that was new and cheerful , at a good price. You fixed me up just right!
Best value for the money.
Delicate looking with plenty of light. Frosted globes are very well done
A big part of my upgraded bathroom. Could have been a little less expensive.
Before painting the bathroom I wanted to update the lighting. These lights were a perfect update for a reasonable price.
The bathrooms lights are very attrative and are very satisfied
easy to install, looks great upside up.
Beautiful piece. The decor fits in beautifully and give accent to the bathroom. Whoever visited our bathroom will always have admiration to this ligth fixture. With the 3 cones it gives enough lighting in the bathroom. It gives good lighting and no shadow. I'm so happy with my choice.
I bought two of these for my master bath so I had an opportunity to compare the two products. Both had bent arms, but were fairly easily straightened by GENTLY pushing on the opposite side arm. If I had installed as-is, they both would have been crooked when measured from the wall to the outside light, both off by 1/4", one on the left and one right. Also, on one of the lights the metal housing behind the porcelain base didn't line up with the holes in the porcelain for the screw mounts. When the factory put the mounting bracket on the base, they really jammed the screw in the hole and I had a tough time even getting it off. After I finally extracted the screw from the hole, I filed down the hole in the metal housing so it would line up, then had to bend the mounting screw slightly to get everything to line up. If you're planning on mounting this on a 6 cu in surface-mount j-box, forget it. The base is too shallow to cover the depth of the box. These must be mounted on a regular junction box. I was replacing an old bar light that had just the bare wire coming out of the wall, and had planned on using surface-mount boxes, but ended up cutting in regular boxes. Once all of this was done, however, the lights went in just fine and now they look awesome. Oh, one more thing... if you need longer or shorter mounting screws, the ones that come with the light are metric, .7, not the usual 8x32 normally used in lighting. This is important because the caps that hold the fixture to the wall need to screw onto the mounts, and the mounting screws have to thread through the mounting bracket. I would recommend this to a friend only if she is fairly handy and resourceful when it comes to obstacles. These lights will more than likely have a few installation challenges.Images/Videos shared by: DIY fanatic
Just the perfect touch to add sparkle to a bathroom.
The light fixture is used in my guest bathroom. I love the style mixed with traditional and contemporary.
Installed in bath room Looks Great lot of light Little hard to install Glass lamp shades
It has a nice flow and look--not to big/wide. Lookd lovely
We had the fixture installed with the lights toward the ceiling this makes it difficult to chang the bulbs. We need to chang it but misplaced the instructions can you provide us with instructions