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|Bulb Base||Bi Pin, G9|
|Light Direction||Ambient Lighting|
|Number of Bulbs||6|
|Suggested Room Fit||Bathroom|
|Watts Per Bulb||35|
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6 Light Dakota Bathroom Fixture from the Illuminations Collection
The perfect vanity accent, the Dakota line is a masterfully crafted design. A tranquil frosted glass is held in place gently with slim chrome clips. A triangulated backdrop praises the shade slightly to allow light to spill serenely into any setting.
- Requires Six 35 Watt G9 Bulbs (Included)
- Product Dimensions: 4.75 H x 40.5 W
- Product Extension: 2.75 Inches
- Shade Finish: White
- Voltage: 120 Volts
Proudly entering its third decade of existence, Eurofase continues its evolution as a provider of artful illumination. Eurofase is born of a company culture that passionately seeks to improve the lives of its customer with innovative design, lasting quality and genuine service.
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Our SKU: BR-6DAK
This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):
Chrome / White
Satin Nickel / White
*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued
8 Questions from the Community
Is the shade across the top and the bottom of the light too or does the shade go over the top of the bulb only with the top and bottom open? How much unshaded light is there? Can you see the bulb from the top or bottom or both?
Can this fixture be used in a bathroom?
Can this fixture be turned upside down to utilize more light for shaving and applying makeup?
Can this be mounted vertically?
How easy is it to change the light bulbs? Do the shaded lights provide enough light to apply makeup?
Does the fixture require any sort of transformer to accomodate the halogen bulbs?
Can I put in bulbs with a higher wattage than 35?
Would a dimmer be a good idea with these lights? I have heard halogen lights are hot.