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#169230 - 09/29/07 05:36 AM Fixture Search
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Would anyone have an idea for a wall mounted fixture, that would extend out, over a serving counter ?
I have a Cust that wants to redo a condo, & there's a vanity type fixture mounted on the wall, to light the counter area.
It looks pretty stupid, but with a cathederal ceiling. there's not much of an option here.
Any ideas of a swing arm type fixture, or suitable installation for this situation ?

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#169244 - 09/29/07 04:52 PM Re: Fixture Search [Re: Megawatt]
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#169258 - 09/30/07 07:32 AM Re: Fixture Search [Re: Megawatt]
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Thanks for the link Edward, but I didn't see anything that would look right there.
It's a real odd situation. The wall sconce that's there now, is not in the center of the island bar, and it's 25' to the ceiling.
I had thought about coming from under the counter with some type of base mounted fixture, but again...haven't seen anything that looks good.

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#169275 - 09/30/07 05:07 PM Re: Fixture Search [Re: Megawatt]
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did you see the (true classic RLM) series pdf section?

eventhough it is for residential but it has the industrial look.
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