Mount this contemporary wall sconce horizontally or vertically.More Details >
A sleek, contemporary, cylindrical design from Minka-Lavery. Wide band frame and square backplate come in a gleaming chrome finish and hold flawless opal glass in place. Can be mounted horizontally or vertically.
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I mounted 2 of these around a mirror using existing wiring. See picture. The picture lighting doesn't do it justice, it looks great. I had to mount very near a wall on each side, and could not put in the exterior screw on one side of each fixture. Still mounts OK with one screw. But I wish they put the screw locations on the sides parallel to the lamp. You are guaranteed plenty of working room there, and the lamps would make the screws less visible. Also, used the backplate to hold the fixture while wiring - very convenient. See picture too.Images/Videos shared by: Phil
We put this fixture over over our kitchen sink in our 1962 house and are very pleased with it. It is attractive, but simple and quiet in design thus does not distract from our dining pendant near by. My only caveat is that the brightness is centered, leaving the ends of the glass cylinders darker, but I suspect that may be a bulb issue, and it has not bothered me to the point of trying different bulbs.
All was great with instructions and the product. Delivery was fine as promised.
I put one of these sconces on either side of my large medicine cabinet in my newly remodeled bath. They are beautiful. I was surprised to discover that I can not use standard size bulbs. This was never mentioned in the descrtiption. I had to make a special trip out to buy long thin bulbs that would fit in the cover.
We installed two of these lights in a large bathroom. Great quality!
Very well made
It is great and looks fantastic on either side of my bath mirrors
I needed to use the full 60 watt
I agree with the reviewer who had also looked at the George Kovac light. I like it better, and it is less expensive. I looked at lights similar to this one that were $200 to $600. I this this one is just as attractive and will work better than some of the more expensive items I looked at.
looks great in both of our newly remodeled bathrooms.
I choose this fixture over the George Kovaks fixture that is very similar. I like this one better b/c the glass cylinder shades to not taper like on the Kovaks fixture (I think his looks romanesque in a way). I also like the overall length of this fixture in lieu of the kovaks. The price on this one is awesome, about $25 less than the kovaks.