|Bulb Base||Medium (E26)|
|Light Direction||Up Lighting|
|Number of Bulbs||1|
|Sconce Type||Plug In|
|Suggested Room Fit||Bedroom, Living Room, Office|
|UL Rating||Dry Location|
|Watts Per Bulb||60|
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Contemporary / Modern Swing Arm Wall Sconce From the Frye Collection
Kenroy Home’s swing-arm lamps are available in a variety of styles, ranging from traditional to ultra-modern, and many come in coordinated collections, making it easy to match the lamp with an existing chandelier, torchiere, or table lamp. Like many of our sconces, Kenroy Home’s swing-arm lamps don’t necessarily require costly in-wall installation. Most can simply be mounted to the wall with two small screws and plugged into an electrical outlet. For those worried about the look of dangling cords, all of Kenroy’s swing-arm designs include cord covers: long, thin strips that match the finish of the lamp and provide a clean-looking transition from lamp to outlet. For maximum camouflage, the lamps can be hard-wired to a junction box, allowing them to operate from a wall switch.
A clean, rounded shade, Antique Nickel and Oil Rubbed Bronze finishes, and easy swing arm operation make Frye a must for the bedroom or office. Swing the arm over to read, leaving added space on the night stand and an undisturbed sleeping partner.
- Cord Cover Included
- Can Be Hard Wired or Cord/Plug Mounted
- Requires (1) 60 Watt Medium Base (E26) Bulb Not Included
- 5 Inch Height, 18 Inch Width, 27 Inch Extension
- 7 Inch Diameter Metal Shade
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Our SKU: 21010
This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):
Oil Rubbed Bronze
*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued
3 Questions from the Community
Can you tell me the length of each section of the swing arm? Thanks
Can you hard wire it to a junction box and turn it on and off at the lamp itself and not need to use a wall switch?
Does the head pivot, and where is the switch?