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Glomar 1-Light Polished Chrome Vanity Light with Alabaster Glass Bell Shade


1-Light Polished Chrome Vanity Light with Alabaster Glass Bell Shade

  • Gleaming, polished chrome finish adds modern flair
  • Alabaster glass shade in classic bell shape
  • Versatile design for bathrooms, hallways and more
$23.99 /each

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Product Overview

Versatile and stylish, the Glomar 1-Light Polished Chrome Vanity makes a perfect accent piece in your bath or powder room, hallway or foyer. It also displays beautifully in pairs on either side of a mirror or fireplace, offering extra lighting for any room. The polished chrome finish pairs with an alabaster glass shade for a bright, elegant look that coordinates with nearly any decor style, and installation is easy with the included hardware.

  • Bright, polished chrome finish offers contemporary style
  • Hardware included for installation
  • Uses one 100-Watt max, type A19 medium base bulb (sold separately)
  • Alabaster glass shade creates timeless appeal and complements any colors
  • UL listed
  • Coordinates with other Glomar fixtures for a complete lighting theme throughout your home

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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not a good choice, in hindsight Like the other review, the install process was pain. I'm pretty handy but I dont like having to modify 50% installation process because of the "one mount fits every light we make" mentality. Mounting plate screws are #8's... Fine unless the box on your wall accepts #6's (like mine) You have to adjust the fixture mounting screws to the proper length BEFORE you install the mount plate because the chrome caps wont accept the length of the screw unless you want the lamp to hang loose on the wall. I also had to drill holes in the drywall to accommodate these screws being backed out. The screw holes in the mount plate didn't line up with the box. Which is amazing since the mount plate is drilled and slotted every which way. However, it has a fixed up and down based on the mounting holes on the lamp that only line up with two holes on the plates I think the install might have worked out better if I had hex boxes in the wall. (mine are rectangle) The other issue that the globes leave a lot of the CFL bulb showing. I swapped them out for LED's and the look is better. You wont hide any bulb 100% I wouldn't have bought this light if someone told me all this before hand. Good luck September 29, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by nice light The holes for the mounting plates were stripped. I had to put nuts on them to keep them from turning so I could tighten the mounting studs. Not a real big deal but I have a fairly good hardware supply on hand and being a machinist helps. Lamps look very nice and are a great accent to our project. July 14, 2015
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