Troy Lighting B1841BB
Bamboo 1 Light Bathroom Wall Sconce
Add an earthy touch to every room in the house—from bath and bedroom to the office—with Troy Lighting’s Bamboo collection. Featuring an artful mix of natural slate, hand-wrought iron and Bamboo-textured glass, this 1-Light Wall Sconce represents the perfect blend of neutral tones and textures. It accommodates one 100W medium-base bulb, and with the addition of a dimmer switch, you can recalibrate the mood of a room in and instant.
- Durable iron material
- Bulb included: No
- Rated for damp locations
- Height: 7.75"
- Width: 5.5"
- Extension: 6.75"
- Number of Bulbs: 1
- Bulb Base: Medium (E26)
- Compatible Bulb Types: Compact Fluorescent / Incandescent
- Watts per Bulb: 100
- Total Wattage: 100
- Voltage: 120
About Troy Lighting:
Being a Leader in an Industry requires many attributes. Our passion for quality, design, value and service lead the way. We strive to produce Interior and Exterior Lighting products that are unique in the marketplace and affordable to consumers. We use Hand-Forged Iron and Hand-Applied Finishes as the primary ingredients of our timeless pieces. We take great pride in our engineering and inspection standards to ensure that you receive a quality product that lasts for many years.
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This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):
- Troy Lighting B1841BB Bamboo Bronze with Natural Slate
*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued.
Meet Troy LightingBest known for its “sophisticated casual” aesthetic, Troy Lightin...
Do It Yourself: Installing an Indoor Wall SconceFollow Kyleen Bromley of Build.com as she shows you the step-by-s...
Meet Troy Lighting
Best known for its “sophisticated casual” aesthetic, Troy Lighting has graced the interiors and exteriors of the finest homes worldwide for 50 years and counting. Their rich catalog of products can fulfill even the most unique design inspirations, exuding quality, design and value.
Do It Yourself: Installing an Indoor Wall Sconce
Follow Kyleen Bromley of Build.com as she shows you the step-by-step process of replacing and installing an indoor wall sconce.