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Maxim Lighting Aurora Oil-Rubbed Bronze Bath Vanity Light
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Maxim Lighting

Aurora Oil-Rubbed Bronze Bath Vanity Light

$118.00 /each

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Maxim Lighting Aurora Collection is offered in two different series, Incandescent or Energy Efficient. The Aurora collection is made up of straight lines and curves which make this contemporary series an instant classic. Square metal tubing finished in your choice of Oil Rubbed Bronze or Satin Nickel support tapered square Frosted Glass shades. Shop the Collection for Flush Mounts, Pendants, Wall Sconces, Bath Vanitys, and Chandeliers.

  • Uses (3) medium base, incandescent bulbs, 100-Watt maximum per bulb
  • Bulb(s) sold separately
  • Adds modern styling and visual interest to your decor
  • Easy installation instructions and template enclosed for convenient setup
  • Equipped with a frosted glass shades
  • Can be hung facing upwards or downwards
  • Please allow 5 days for shipping

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Can this light be reversed, to point downward instead of upward?

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Kathy
Aztec, NM
January 25, 2013
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February 1, 2013
Answer: 
Hello Kathy,
Unfortunately no, this fixture cannot be mounted as a downlight.
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Illumine
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January 27, 2013
Answer: 
Hey Kathy.
You can install these to point up or down. They are usually pointed up as to not blind the person in the morning when coming from a dark bedroom.
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