A Touch of Industrial

Remember when I asked for your input in replacing the vanity light fixture in our guest bathroom?! Well, after sourcing those contenders, I went in a slightly different direction.  Typical me.  I liked each of the options, but I didn't feel like any of them really hit the mark for the space.  Thank you so much to those of you who gave your input. :)

New Guest Bathroom Vanity Light

I stumbled upon this light fixture a couple weeks ago.  The scale fit the space perfectly, and the price tag was great.  We scored this light for only $68 after a trade discount.  I had my eye on light fixtures priced over $300, so my handy hubby installed the fixture pretty quickly! :)

The general style of the light fixture is classic and traditional, yet it also has an industrial aesthetic that gives it a more modern, updated appeal.  It compliments the transitional-modern design of the guest bathroom.

The "strap and knob" details and ribbed "double prismatic" glass covers are what really drew me to the fixture.  It is quite eye-catching from a design standpoint.  The antique nickel finish is beautiful in person, and it compliments the modern brushed nickel hardware finishes throughout the bathroom. The antique finish looks very similar to aged pewter, which I love!

My goal was to find a "unique" bathroom sconce that was different from the modern bath bar that was initially installed in the guest bathroom (which is now in the remodeled main bathroom).  Mission accomplished.

Stay tuned for another reveal of the entire guest bathroom with all the new updates soon - which includes the shower door!  Finally.


  1. where did you find this fixture?

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