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This 3 light Vanity from the Briston collection by ELK will enhance your home with a perfect mix of form and function. The features include a Satin Nickel finish applied by experts. This item qualifies for free shipping! Check the right-hand bar or call our dedicated Sales Team for similar items and additional options not pictured.
3 question(s) from the community have been answered.
|Q||Do the light bulbs screw in from the front or from the top? We've got limited space above our medicine cabinet, and if they screw in from the top it probably won't fit.|
|A||Once the fixture is mounted, the light bulbs may only be put in from the top or bottom of the fixture|
|Q||Does this item come in chrome?|
|A||The ELK Lighting Briston 3 Light Vanity 11282/3 is only available in Satin Nickel.|
|Q||Can this fixture take greater than 40 watt bulbs? Can it be mounted with front hardware on bottom rather than top?|
|A||The ELK Briston 3 Light Vanity 11282/3 uses 3 x 40W G9 Halogen bulbs, they are equal to a 75W regular bulb in brightness. You cannot use more than 40W per socket. you can use LED comparable bulbs. This fixture must be mounted with the hardware on top.|
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