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Hubbardton Forge ADA Compliant Cherry Wood Sconce

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Bring a refined update to your bathroom or living area with this Hubbardton Forge cherry wood wall sconce.

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Hubbardton Forge ADA Compliant Cherry Wood Sconce
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Hubbardton Forge ADA Compliant Cherry Wood Sconce
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From Vermont's renowned Hubbardton Forge, this handsome wall sconce has a contemporary design with a cherry wood back plate. This beautiful wood is milled and hand-finished (with a catalyzed lacquer) in the northern regions of the "Green Mountain State." No special care is needed for this wood. Features opal glass. ADA compliant and made in U.S.A.

  • Black finish.
  • Cherry wood backplate.
  • Opal glass.
  • ADA compliant.
  • Made in USA.
  • Takes one 100 watt bulb (not included).
  • 15" high, 5" wide.
  • Extends 4" from the wall.

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Sophisticated Elegance
I used these sconces as side lighting to a mirror for an asian inspired contemporary remodeled bathroom. They are a great compliment to the mirror and the room's design. I used them to add ambiance to the room.However they do not provide enough light for typical closeup use with a mirror. And finding a bulb to accommodate the tight glass cover was a bit of a challenge. [...] I finally found the right bulb after my own personal intentive research. Despite the obstacles, I would have purchased the sconces anyway because of the design, artistic statement and quality.

Pros: Artful Simplicity, Rich colors, Attractive Design, Convenient On/Off, Quality workmanship

Cons: Low Wattage, Difficult finding a bulb

Best Uses: Ambiance, Decoration
October 18, 2007
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