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Thomas Lighting Charles 3-Light Brushed Nickel Bath Fixture-DISCONTINUED

Discontinued Thomas Lighting

Charles 3-Light Brushed Nickel Bath Fixture-DISCONTINUED

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Product Overview

The Charles collection offers a display of arching lines that compliment this freshly transitional style. This 3-light bath fixture features a brushed nickel finish. The etched stylized glass shades compliment arching lines that define its character. Ideal for use in bathrooms, powder rooms and other living areas. To help you personalize the style of your home other matching pieces are available in this collection, and be mounted with glass facing up or down.

  • Charles collection bath
  • 3-light bath fixture in a brushed nickel finish
  • Etched glass
  • May be mounted glass up or down
  • Uses 3 medium base bulbs, 100 watt maximum
  • Recommend using Philips energy efficient halogen EcoVantage, CFLs or LEDs
  • UL listed for indoor damp locations
  • Hardwire installation
  • Matching pieces available in this collection

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Charles 3-Light Brushed Nickel Bath Fixture-DISCONTINUED is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Totally worth what I paid ($45) I got this to update the look in my master bath as I prepare to sell the house. It was on clearance for $45. Brushed metal would not have been my first choice, but for $45 it's fine. Unfortunately, the instructions and bracket enclosed were not useful for installing this fixture. I used the old bracket but still had to do some maneuvering because the anchor screws for the fixture are the exact width of the screws that go into the junction box. In other words, if I wanted to install it level, which I did, what I really needed were headless screws to connect the bracket to the junction box and still have screw sticking out to attach the fixture. Anyway, a solvable problem with the old bracket and some ingenuity. A pro wouldn't have any trouble with this, but a beginner might. My old fixture pointed downward and also had 3 bulbs. I put the same bulbs in this fixture and it's so much brighter! It totally brightens up the space.
Date published: 2014-01-20
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