We purchased a large mirrored wall unit for over the sink. It was not recessed and therefore needed a light that used regular bulbs for less upward heat and one that extended out from the wall to facilitate the cabinet's depth. Perfect! Thank you for solving the problem that no local lighting gallery was able to do..
"Streamline Moderne" design, popularized in the late 30's, embellished smooth curves with linear details to create a sleek and stately new style. We form Slaton's mouth-blown glasswork into a classic urn silhouette, ringed by a series of streamlined steps. Clean-lined metalwork complements Slaton's unique glass feature.
Satin Nickel Finish
Pressed Stepped Glass
5.5" high x 4.5" wide x 5.5" projection from the wall
Item 1441-SN is a Transitional Style Bathroom Vanity Light by Hudson Valley Lighting. From the Slaton Collection, this fixture has a Satin Nickel finish with Pressed Stepped Glass. This fixture measures 5.5" high and 4.5" wide with a 5.5" projection from the wall. It takes (1) 50-watt (max.) wedge base xenon bulb (included).
The Slaton Collection
"Streamline Moderne" design, popularized in the late 30's, embellished smooth curves with linear details to create a sleek and stately new style. Hudson Valley forms Slaton's mouth-blown glasswork into a classic urn silhouette, ringed by a series of streamlined steps. Clean-lined metalwork complements Slaton's unique glass feature.
The wonders that surround Hudson Valley's design studio in New York's storied Hudson River Valley are an endless source of inspiration for their fixtures. With the unrivaled cosmopolitan glamour of Manhattan, the strong architectural history of colonial settlers, the industrial grit of nineteenth-century riverside factories, and the botanical beauty of unspoiled wilderness all at their doorstep, their design motifs are as varied and exciting as your decorating imagination. And, whether they create an elegant neoclassic collection or one inspired by the utility of industrial design, they expand the possibilities for each signature style by looking to today's eclectic interiors.
Hudson Valley fixtures use only high-grade materials and superior manufacturing techniques such as heavy casting and hand-rubbed finishes—to create heirloom fixtures that will look beautiful for generations to come. For nearly thirty years, they have delivered impeccable designs, with superior form and finish, to well-appointed homes across the entire globe. Hudson Valley light fixtures deliver constant, close attention to detail, craftsmanship, and quality.
In modern homes, it's not unusual to have a range of bathroom types. You might have a small powder room on the main floor that is primarily used by guests, a shared bath for the kids with double bowls and a bathtub, and a master bath with double bowls, a shower and a hot tub. Size and function will impact the amount and type of light that you'll need. You'll also want to consider any sources of natural light such as windows or skylights as well as the rooms ceiling height.
In small powder rooms, a wall fixture may illuminate the entire room. Larger bathrooms typically also need a ceiling fixture to provide good overall lighting. In rooms with lower ceilings, flush or semi-flush ceiling lights are a good solution. Bathrooms with higher ceilings can accommodate hanging fixtures such as small chandeliers or pendant lights.
In most cases, good task lighting for grooming will be needed at the bathroom vanity mirror. Chances are that this is where you dry your hair, shave or apply makeup and you'll want bright, shadow free lighting. You can either install a bath bar over the mirror which will cast light downward or place wall sconces are on either side of the mirror which will provides light from the sides. Consider the number of sinks, the overall width of the vanity and the type of mirror when determining which type of fixture is the best choice for your bathroom.
If you decide to go with a bath bar, you'll want it to be around the same width as your mirror and hung about 65" to 70" from the floor with the mirror 1" to 5" below the bottom of the fixture. If your vanity has two sinks, you can either install one fixture over each sink or one larger fixture that spans both bowls. If you go with wall sconces, you'll want to install one on either side of the mirror, placing them at least 28" apart and at an equal height of somewhere between 60" to 70" from the floor.
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We strive to offer you a wide range of beautiful, high-quality bathroom lights at fair prices, but our real product is customer satisfaction. You can be certain that we will do everything we can to make it a good experience for you when you purchase the Slaton 4" Satin Nickel 1-Light Bathroom Light, item number HV-1441-SN, by Hudson Valley Lighting.