Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 39
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Connie Great fixture at a great price
I needed a LOT of light for a small bathroom space... and this fixture worked perfectly ! everything we needed for install was there but it wasnt too wide and large!
May 11, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by jessismiles Looked good for about 3 months
I bought this to upgrade the light that was in my bathroom. Looked great but 3 months later it started to rust.
I did speak with an associate at the store. He said to bring in and they would give me a new one or credit towards a different one. I think I will upgrade to avoid having to take it down in a couple of months again.
It is a shame, it took me a long time to find one that I liked.
January 11, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by MarkKU Cheaply made
You know the phrase "You get what you pay for" ? Cheaply made, light weight and thin material. The glass was flaking at the edges looking like it was beginning to crumble. I returned this the second after taking it out of the package.
The price may be quite attractive but the product is junk.
May 2, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Michael The 3-Light Brushed Nickel Vanity Integrates Quality, Functionality, and Affordability.
I was quite pleased to find the 3-Light Brushed Nickel Vanity at Home Depot. My realtor encouraged me to update my bathrooms with this product before listing my home for sale. I was amazed that a makeover so simple and affordable, could yield such remarkable results! Thank you. - J.M.
April 15, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by AB01 Check before you install
Really like the look of the fixture, feels/looks nice and sturdy. Installation was easy enough, no problems there.
My one piece of advice: take a good look at the 3 arms coming out of the mounting plate that hold each of the bulbs/shades. I didn't realize till I had mine on the wall that one of the arms was not installed at the right angle and left that bulb/shade hanging a little shorter than the others (maybe 1/4"). The arms pass through the mounting plate and are fastened with nuts.... easy enough to adjust I would assume before you mount the fixture, but not easy when you already have all the wires connected to the wall box. Naturally, I was in a rush and haven't taken it back down yet to adjust.
May 21, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by JoeAttaboy Very nice fixtures, but you might need this installation trick...
We are rehabbing our master bath and purchased two of these to replace the original contractor light fixtures. We loved the design and the brushed silver appearance. I discovered something during the installation that may require you to take an extra step.
The main plate of the fixture has two holes used to attach the light fixture to the mounting bracket. The bracket is mounted to the gang box in your wall. Get the angled part of the bracket positioned, wire up the fixture to your electrical wiring and prepare to hang the fixture on the bracket. You will note that the only hardware you get with the kit to hold the fixture on the bracket screws are two cap nuts.
After mounting everything, I attached the glass globes on the three light fittings. The globes are a bit hefty, and after attaching them, I noticed that the weight was pulling the top of the fixture *forward* away from the wall, leaving a gap. I took the fixture down and checked the gang box for any lateral movement. No problems there.
I was annoyed and thought of returning the set, but my wife really liked them, so I had to think of a way to make this work. The solution was simple and inexpensive...
The mounting screws on the brackets will take a 7mm nut. I purchased a package of two M4-7mm hex nuts (available in the hardware department in HD for about a half-dollar).
I remounted the fixture, added the hex nuts and carefully tightened them with a 7mm deep socket. (You should use a deep socket and small ratchet or nut driver, possibly with a short extender...the top screw is in a tight spot near on of the light arms and is tough to reach with your fingers). If you do this, don't push the socket against the plate too hard while tightening, or you can scratch it. Drive the nut back until the plate is pulled snugly to the wall. Then dress the screw with the provided cap nuts.
Not everyone will have this issue, but I'm a bit surprised the manufacturer didn't suggest this step (and provide some extra hex nuts) in case this happened.
April 19, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Theresa We have purchased several light fixtures for a rental house remodel and they were a great price, available and look great.
We used the brushed nickel vanity in two out of 4 bathrooms and new mirrors. They are modern, easy to install and classy looking. The store had them available for pick up the same day and customer service was great.
We have added other Home Depot pendant lighting for the kitchen that we love too!
October 15, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by SlashAZ Great light for my bathroom, second purchase.
Great stylish light for my bathroom, opted to mount it upright instead of the downward, looks much better, and now I can use CFL lights and nobody can see them. Great light for the money, looks more expensive than it was. Bought this one for the Master bathroom to match a previous purchase. Put in the 75 watt equivalent CFL bulbs and gives off great light. Great value for the money.
September 16, 2014