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H1400 Linear Series Bath Bar

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The Illuminating Experiences H1400 Linear Series Bath Bar enhances the bath area with a modern profile, abundant uplighting, and softly diffused downlighting. The H1400 Linear Series Bath Bar features an open top and bottom frosted glass diffusers. It can be mounted horizontally, only.
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H1400 Linear Series Bath Bar

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The Illuminating Experiences H1400 Linear Series Bath Bar enhances the bath area with a modern profile, abundant uplighting, and softly diffused downlighting. The H1400 Linear Series Bath Bar features an open top and bottom frosted glass diffusers. It can be mounted horizontally, only.

Illuminating Experiences has distributed European contemporary light fixtures for over 30 years, currently located in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Their modern lighting fixtures showcase a bit of funk and youth, making them much more than a stereotype of contemporary European design.

The H1400 Linear Series Bath Bar is available with the following:
Details:
  • Frosted Glass bottom diffusers
  • Metal body
  • 5 in. diameter junction box cover (shown)
  • Mirror-mount adaptable
  • Designed by Stephen Blackman
Options:
  • Finish: Polished Chrome, Satin Chrome
  • Size: 2 Light, 3 Light, 4 Light, 5 Light
Lighting:
  • 2 Light option utilizes two 75 Watt 120 Volt DC Bayonet Halogen lamps (included).
  • 3 Light option utilizes three 75 Watt 120 Volt DC Bayonet Halogen lamps (included).
  • 4 Light option utilizes four 75 Watt 120 Volt DC Bayonet Halogen lamps (included).
  • 5 Light option utilizes five 75 Watt 120 Volt DC Bayonet Halogen lamps (included).
Dimensions:
  • 2 Light Option Fixture: Width 18"
  • 3 Light Option Fixture: Width 30"
  • 5 Light Option Fixture: Width 48"
  • 4 Light Option Fixture: Width 36"
  • Fixture: Height 1.25", Depth 4.25"

Ratings: Based on 1 reviews, this product is rated 5.0 out of 5.

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Base

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Voltage

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