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Hampton Bay

Model 15041

Internet #202024289

Store SKU #662446

Architecture 3-Light Brushed Nickel Vanity Light

$99.97 /each
  • Uses three 100-Watt bulbs
  • Brushed nickel finish with etched white glass shades
  • Can be installed as an up-light or down-light

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Update your bath or powder room decor with the Hampton Bay Architecture 3-Light Brushed Nickel Vanity Light. This transitionally styled fixture features etched white glass shades with clean lines, creating a soft glow to illuminate your vanity area. The sleek, brushed nickel finish complements a wide range of decor styles, blending beautifully with other brushed nickel bath hardware and accessories.

  • Durable steel construction ensures long-lasting beauty
  • Can be installed with lights pointed up or down for a custom look with included hardware and instructions
  • Uses three 100-Watt medium-base bulbs (sold separately)
  • Compatible with standard wall dimmer to customize your light level
  • Etched white glass shades offer a clean, modern look
  • ETL listed for damp locations
  • Coordinates with other pieces in the Architecture collection for a complete lighting theme throughout your home
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Does this fixture accept CFL or LED bulbs since 100-watt incandescents are not available

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July 24, 2014
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June 30, 2015
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It does accept CFL - that is what I currently have in it. When I asked in the light bulb department at The Home Depot when I purchased the fixture, I was told it would handle LED bulbs, which is what I intend to switch to some day after I burn through all of the CFL's that I have on hand.
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August 3, 2014
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Yes, it takes bulbs with the standard base, and there is sufficient room for a CFL or LED bulb inside the glass. We used the Philips Slimstyle LED bulbs in ours and it worked well.
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Will LED globe lights fit in this?

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February 11, 2016
What is the interior diameter of a shade?
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February 14, 2016
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Globe lights, LED style, will fit in this fixture.
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February 12, 2016
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I am hoping to reuse some globe-style LED bulbs -- larger than a standard lightbulb. It would be very much appreciated if anyone would send me the interior diameter of one of the shades.
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February 12, 2016
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Catlady, yes this fixture was designed to use an A19 standard bulb, so a A19 standard LED bulb will work with this fan.
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are the shades glass and what colors do they come in

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The shades are glass. I only saw them available in the white frosted.
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White shaded glass.
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July 26, 2014
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Hi bazzy,
The shades are glass, and as of this writing, this is the only color is comes in..white.
However, you can place different color bulbs in place of standard ones to give it a varied color appearance.
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Can this product be used with glass up or down?

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June 18, 2014
Some fixtures can be used either way and would prefer glass down
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It can be used either way. Since I previously had a fixture with the glass open to the ceiling, I did not like that dust collected in the opening so I have installed these with the opening facing down toward the counter.
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Yes, it can be mounted with the glass shades pointing either up or down.
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Yes, it could probably be mounted upside down because it goes on a standard electrical box, but I think it would look funny as it's designed to be mounted as shown.
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