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Academy Three Light Wall/Bath Vanity with Satin White Schoolhouse Glass
The classic schoolhouse light fixture has been an American icon for almost 90 years. The Academy Collection is today’s interpretation of these utilitarian lights which have enjoyed resurgence in popularity given their clean, versatile design. Today, top designers regularly select this ubiquitous look for applications in almost every room of the house.
My wife wanted a light to replace our old one over our vanity in the bathroom. We replaced the sink top over the vanity, the lights and the plumbing fixtures while also removing the old wallpaper and painting the room. She wanted a light that was brushed nickel plated and had globes to prevent prevent dust/flying insect trappage over time and be simple to dust the exterior. We did a lot of searching online after not seeing what she wanted at several lighting supply stores including the local Lowe''s. This light fit the bill and it went up fine except for having to trim a few mounting cap screws that were going to cause the light to be loose even when tightened up all the way. One thing we didn''t count on was the fact that replacing the old typical vanity light that has the bulbs sticking straight out the front with this fixture and using the old mounting electrical box caused this light to hang down much lower. This in turn caused us to have to purchase a mirror that was smaller to get the right look. I am also tall and I have to bend over a bit to look directly into the mirror now, but, I can live with it rather than going to the trouble of moving the electrical mounting box higher up the wall. Consider the mirror clearance before buying such a low hanging light.
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