Replace A Plain Recessed Light With Our Classic Screw-In Chandelier
Nothing creates a new look more easily than updated lighting, and now you can change your recessed lights to stylish glass screw-in pendant chandelier all by yourselfno electrician or rewiring needed! Our Screw-In Bronze Three-Light Chandelier Pendant Light adds a great look to foyer, hallway, over an island, kitchen peninsula or dining table. A quick fix that makes a big difference. Just unscrew your old light bulb, screw in the socket adaptor, slide on the cover plate and flip the switch. The built-in spindle lets you adjust the cord length from 8-48"L. Takes three 60W bulbs. Three-light chandelier with scroll detail and bronzed finish Screw-in installation Beautifully detailed for any style or space Takes three 60W bulbs, not includedSize 15" dia. x 17-3/4"H Adjusts from 8"-48"L
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By S Dancer
from Auburn, WA
Installed in just a few minutes above kitchen table and it looks so much better than the old can light. We have high ceilings so didn't need to wrap cord. The fixture gives off good light and we can now see what we are eating.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Great idea for a quick change!
By Designer Wanna Be
from Overland Park, KS
I first saw these type of lights in an airline magazine but wanted something a bit more 'stylish' than a standard pendant light. Plow and Hearth had a couple to choose from which were perfect for what I wanted. I actually placed this light in my Master Bathroom to replace a can light. I had considered having an electrician come out and wire a new light but the cost of that plus the light just didn't seem worth it. This was a GREAT option. The video online is exactly how it is installed. Went up in a few minutes and looks great.My only negative is that you should carefully consider how long you want it to hang and then shorten a bit above that because the cord does 'stretch' a bit when pulled tight to get the 'cap' up over top of the can light cover. I have had a small issue with getting it tight enough to actually stay over top of that white outer edge of the can light. Overall, a convenient, affordable and quick way to make a change to lighting.
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