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Hampton Bay 2-Light Oil-Rubbed Bronze Flushmount

Hampton Bay

2-Light Oil-Rubbed Bronze Flushmount

  • Uses two 60-Watt bulbs
  • Classic oil-rubbed finish complements many decor styles
  • Includes installation hardware
$9.98 /each
Fixture Color/Finish: Oil Rubbed Bronze Finish
  • Brushed Nickel
  • Oil Rubbed Bronze Finish
  • Polished Brass
  • White

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Add classic style to your den, living room or other interior spaces with the Oil Rubbed Bronze 2-Light Flush Mount from Hampton Bay. Featuring a clean and timeless design with an oil rubbed bronze finish and frosted swirl glass dome, this fixture will complement practically any decor style. Coordinates easily with other oil rubbed bronze pieces from Hampton Bay for a polished and custom look you will enjoy for years.

  • Oil rubbed bronze finish will complement minty decor styles
  • Frosted glass shade with textured, swirl design provides warm and elegant illumination
  • For energy savings, use two 15-Watt max. standard-base compact fluorescent bulbs
  • Assembly and install parts include: hex nut, nipple, shade, bottom cover, finial, wire connectors, outlet box screws, mounting screws, mounting strap and ground screw
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is the bronze rubbed finish plastic or metal

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The bronze rubbed finish is metal.
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Metal-just bought it so I know.
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Metal.
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Metal
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December 15, 2015
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It is metal. Great quality materials.
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July 28, 2015
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The finish is metal. Looks really nice.
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Metal
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The 'bronze rubbed finish' is painted METAL.
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metal
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February 20, 2015
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The finish is rubbed bronze and the material is metal.
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Can LED bulbs be used in this fixture?

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Absolutely!!
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July 28, 2016
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LED lights will fit but should not be used in enclosed lighting fixtures such as this one. It will work but the bulb will burn out and not last as long as it should.If you dont mind replacing LED light bulbs then go for it.
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No, LED bulbs are not to be used in enclosed fixtures. Read the packaging that the bulb comes in.
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Yes, if the mounts match.
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yes
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Hi caleyjanelle,
Yes, this light fixture can utilize medium base light bulbs that are LED, CFL, halogen or incandescent. Most companies offer their bulbs in an A-19 size and shape. A-19 is the typical, standard light bulb shape and size.
As long as the size if the bulb will fit within the globe, it can be used.
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Globe/shade color

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Is this globe white in finish? I don't want the amber glow
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The shade is Frosted white. Not a hint of amber.
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It is frosted glass. Thick glass not that cheap stuff.
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The globe/shade is translucent, not clear, and the color a bit more creamy than white. It does NOT render an amber glow.
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creamy white/beige
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Yes, it is a frosted white finish. No amber glow, when used with a regular indoors light bulb.
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The globe is white, but the bulbs I have give off a slight Amber glow. You probably could use clear bulbs.
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I need to repaint the ceiling this light is on. How do I get base off the ceiling?

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Remove the the shade. There are 2 screws attaching the base to a electrical box (metal or plastic) depending on the age of your house. You may have to move the fiberglass insulation around a bit (near the center of the fixture) to see the screws.
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Paint around the light
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The first thing that you need to do is to turn off the power. Next remove the shade by taking the finial off of the nipple and slide the shade down until it is free. Remove the light bulbs. There are two holes in the insulation on the base which give you access to the base screws. loosen the screws and turn the base until the screws are lined up with the large hole, once you have this done you can lower Read More
The first thing that you need to do is to turn off the power. Next remove the shade by taking the finial off of the nipple and slide the shade down until it is free. Remove the light bulbs. There are two holes in the insulation on the base which give you access to the base screws. loosen the screws and turn the base until the screws are lined up with the large hole, once you have this done you can lower the base. Next I would make a note as to how the wires are connected and then disconnect them. With the power off you should be able to lower the base and place it out of the way until you are finished painting. At that time by reversing the steps above you should be able to replace the fixture. Read Less
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Remove the glass globe, usually has a nut holding the globe from the center, or 3 or 4 small screws protruding from around the top edge near the ceiling. Once the globe is removed you will find 2 bolt heads against the bottom of the fixture (globe removed), that are holding the fixture to the junction box in the ceiling. Turn the bolts counter clockwise until the fixture is loose and see the slotted Read More
Remove the glass globe, usually has a nut holding the globe from the center, or 3 or 4 small screws protruding from around the top edge near the ceiling. Once the globe is removed you will find 2 bolt heads against the bottom of the fixture (globe removed), that are holding the fixture to the junction box in the ceiling. Turn the bolts counter clockwise until the fixture is loose and see the slotted opening at each bolt and at one end of each slot will be a circular opening which will allow you to slip the fixture over the bolt head, allowing the bolts to remain in the ceiling junction box for easier re-installation! Read Less
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Remove the shade, loosen the two mounting screws enough to rotate the canopy slightly to clear the screwheads and drop the canopy, which is OK to hang by the wires while you paint and let it dry thoroughly before you reinstall.
Easier still: remove the shade and paint the canopy the same color as the ceiling!
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 466 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Okay for what it is I bought this fixture to replace one that 'burned up' and caused a circuit to fail. Granted I'd had that one for about 10 years, but..... This one is VERY hard to install, despite instructions that make it SEEM like a piece of cake. It is NOT just 'match and connect' wiring. Bottom decorative piece does not even FIT ON THE fixture. September 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by bronze flushmount 2 light Husband said easy to install. I like the look. We has bought another one almost identical at another store, returned it after an hour of trying to install. NOT WORTH THE EFFORT! September 20, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Finial threads were messed up. Everything went well until I was putting on the finial. Would not thread. Took the nipple out and tried again under a work light. The threads on the finial seemed to be spray painted or something, very strange. Tried to thread again, would not go. Tried to even scrape off the spray paint, and it seemed like rust underneath. Don't know what that was all about but had to go buy another and return this one. September 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by nice light classic look nice classic look, for my office, beautiful design easy to install September 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I can't believe this fixture is only $10 I seriously can't believe this fixture is so inexpensive. I absolutely love it. Very easy to install. Looks great. My last fixture didn't have foil backing like this one does. It lights the kitchen more evenly. I still can't believe the price. Good purchase for my budget remodel project. August 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A Perfect Low Profile Light Fixture A perfect inexpensive but good quality light fixture for the hallway. It was easy to install and it looks great! September 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Light my life Very happy with this light easy to install like that it has two bulbs and looks great. August 31, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great for the price The light looks great! Only issue is finding the mounting screws through the insulation. I ended up covered in fiberglass August 30, 2016
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