This traditional ceiling light features an opal etched glass shade and oil-rubbed bronze finish that adds a warm tone to your decor.More Details >
Part of the Barrington Collection from Feiss, this ceiling fixture features an angular line and an arched design. Its oil-rubbed bronze finish combines handsomely with its opal etched-glass shade.
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We installed two of these in bedrooms. They are a very nice addition and change from old and outdated light fixtures.
Looks great and easy to change bulbs.
Used for a bedroom - really brightened up the room and gave it some real character.
We purchased two of these to place in our entry hallway. We needed a pop of the color white to offset our dark crown molding. These worked perfectly. They were easy to install. The oil-rubbed bronze is very pretty, too. They look great in our entryway, and I am happy I am doing business with Lamps Plus.
This is a very attractive light fixture for the price. We purchased 2 for use in mid-size master closets. There is plenty of light given off- I can't agree with the review that called the glass cover dark/diffused (although with 2-60W bulbs it might not be bright enough for a larger space. Also, I had an electrician who was doing other things install, but it took only 10 mins and he didn't indicate that he had any difficulties. Very pleased w purchase.
Love, love, love the style of this light. Just love it. Unfortunately, there is a fatal design flaw if you are installing this fixture to actually light a room: the beautiful glass shade is pretty much opaque and doesn't let any light through. Think milk glass. Even with two fixtures and the bright florescent-daylight-spiral bulbs I use in our small kitchen, we would need a miner's light on our heads to do any cooking. Too bad, as this light would have gone perfect with our future remodel. It's great for soft diffused light, not so great if you want to see. Bummer.
Beautiful design, but they need much better instruction and/or additional parts. Detailed written instructions on how to make the lamp "snug to fit" should be included.
Great looking light but DUMB DUMB design. Look at the photo of this lamp. See those two little nubs that stick out of the plate at the top that sits flush against the ceiling? There are two screws that need to be mounted in the same crossbar that is affixed to the electric box in the ceiling. Those screws, which come w/the lamp, stick down from the mounting strap (or corssbar) through holes in that plate, and you screw on two little round fittings (the numbs you see in the picture) that then hold the entire lamp up against the plate and the ceiling. PROBLEM 1 is that the round adapter mounting plate they include is too big to fit over a small standard electric box, and a plain straight crossbar (like what I already had in the box) cannot accommodate the screws at the exact width needed to poke through those two holes in that mounting plate. PROBLEM 2 is the screws are too long. If they poke out to far then the plate will not sit flush against the ceiling. Not far enough and the two finish nubby pieces cannot be screwed on and the entire lamp cannot be attached. Solution #1 to these problems? Get shorter screws than what is included with the kit. I just happened to have the right length screws in my toolbox (LUCKY) Sorry I didn't measure so don't know the exact length, but I would recommend about half the length of the included screws. Solution #2 is to google "4-inch swivel offset crossbar" and click on any of the first 4-5 hits. You will see exactly what I am talking about, available from a big box home goods store. This particular brand had the holes in the offset crossbar spaced exactly right for the screws to poke through the holes. You may need to put a nut onto the screw first, and then thread the screw through the crossbar pointing down from the ceiling. attach everything to make sure the plate sits snug up against the ceiling, and then you may want to take it back down and put a dab of glue or thread locking compound on the screw/nut so it will stay put. The reason for doing that? if you ever have to access the light again in the future and the screw comes loose in the mounting crossbar, then all you will be doing is turning that little nub forever and it will just spin...no way to every get it down without totally destroying the light fixture. All this being said, maybe I am just a complete dope because none of the other reviewers have had these comments. Maybe the directions were terrible. While I know I am not Bob Villa, I am also no dummy, and I don't think I misunderstood how the sucker gets installed. We are getting the larger dining room lamp (as a Christmas present later this week) in this collection as a matching compliment to this light, and while I am dreading installing that one at least I am more prepared now. I would only recommend this to a friend because I can tell them (as I did above) how to work around the stupid design...and because it was one of the few lamps my wife and I really liked in terms of its apppearanImages/Videos shared by: Frustrated but Done
this is used as a ceiling light in my breakfast area.
Looks very beautiful in my bedroom.
Very nice light and it came in both of the finishes we needed (brushed nickel and oil-rubbed bronze).
Perfect light source. Not too bright but lights room well. Matches our other oil rubbed bronze fixtures perfectly.
Complements room and other fixtures in house.
very pleased with purchase, would recommend this.