Model # VF2400-1L-CH

Internet #204643937

Designers Choice Collection Aurora Series 1-Light Chrome Vanity Light with Linen Glass
0665807010562

Designers Choice Collection

Aurora Series 1-Light Chrome Vanity Light with Linen Glass

$11432 /each

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The Aurora series 1-light, 8 in. Vanity or Wall Sconce adds a contemporary flare to your decor. The Chrome finish is exquisitely complimented with White Linen glass. This product is ETL listed to ensure both safety and quality.

  • Provides 60-Watt of halogen light
  • Designed for maximum venting and easy glass removal to allow bulb replacement or cleaning
  • Durable metal construction
  • Uses (1) G9 bulb, 60-Watt (maximum), open fixture rated (not included) - frosted is recommended
  • Compatible with standard dimmers
  • ETL approved
  • Easy installation instructions enclosed
  • Width: 8 in., height (back plate): 6.5 in., glass height: 5 in., extension: 3.75 in. (ADA compliant)

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can i put this fixture on the wall over a bathtub? there is a shower also but on the other wall

can i put this fixture on the wall over a bathtub? there is a shower also but on the other wall
Asked by: bathquestion
Hello, If I'm understanding you correctly the fixture would be located on the wall opposite the shower arm. I wouldn't recommend placing the fixture in a location where it could possible come into direct contact with water. I hope this helps. Cheers, Chris
Answered by: Chris
Date published: 2017-02-24

could this be used to replace a ceiling fixture of the approximate same size.

could this be used to replace a ceiling fixture of the approximate same size.
Asked by: pad
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