DESIGN CORNER

Dart 4-Light Bath Vanity

21284SWSBR


Inspired by the Modernist architect Edward Dart, this collection features straight line frames finished in Satin Brass or Satin Nickel that support Satin White glass cylinders for a clean and modern look. The end of the frames turn up and end in an angle emphasizing a minimalist geometry popular in Modernist work.
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Type: Bath Vanity

Material: Steel & Glass

Glass: Satin White

Finish: Satin Brass
SBR
Finish Options
  • Satin Brass
  • Satin Nickel

LAMPING


Number of Bulb: 4

Light Type: Incandescent

Bulb Type: E26 Medium
An average rating, in hours, indicating when 50% of a large group of lamps have failed, when operated at nominal lamp voltage and current; manufacturers use 3 hours per start for fluorescent lamps and 10 hours per start for HID lamps when performing lamp life testing procedures; every lamp type has a unique mortality curve that depicts its average rated life. For Photo-Optic specialty lamps, average rated life refers to the operating period after which on statistical average, 50% of the lamps will perform within their specified values.
Bulb Max Wattage: 60

Total Wattage: 240

Lighting Direction: Up/Down

Install Up/Down: Up/Down

Bulb(s): Not Included

Photo Cell: N

Input Voltage: 120

MEASUREMENTS


Width: 29.75"

Height: 7.75"

Extension: 5.75"

HCO: 5.5"

BP Width: 5.5"

BP Height: 4.75"

Wire Length: 8"

Hanging Weight: 5.84 lb.

Adjustable: No

UPS Shippable: Yes
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CERTIFICATIONS/ OTHER


Safety Rating: Damp

Slope: 30

Finish: Satin Brass

Material: Steel & Glass

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Inspired by the Modernist architect Edward Dart, this collection features straight line frames finished in Satin Brass or Satin Nickel that support Satin White glass cylinders for a clean and modern look. The end of the frames turn up and end in an angle emphasizing a minimalist geometry popular in Modernist work.