Cabaret bathroom wall light, polished chrome finish – old fashioned bathroom wall light

Why not bring a touch of the old fashioned dressing room style to your bathroom? The Cabaret chrome finished bathroom wall light has that old dressing table style, with four small globes(with white shade). Besides the other modern and contemporary bathroom lights(see the full list of the most popular ones), the Cabaret Bathroom Wall Light brings in a touch of the old glamour of the early showbiz days….

Cabaret wall light – Features

  • This bathroom wall light is a polished chrome strip light, showbiz style, suitable for bathrooms, bedrooms, dressing tables, can be used as over mirror light, etc.
  • The Cabaret Wall Light is a switched wall light(has a pull cord switch for easy switching) with four light bulbs, constructed of steel and glass, having a polished chrome finish.
  • For those who love the old style lamps for the dressing rooms or bathrooms, the Cabaret light brings in a touch of the old fashioned glamour.
  • IP rating: IP44(can be used in bathroom zone 2)
  • Usage: above or beside the bathroom mirror or the dressing table mirror(for achieving an amazing effect)
  • Class 2: double insulated
  • Lamp used: 4 lamps, 25W, G9; total wattage: 100W(included)
  • Dimmable: this wall light is fully dimmable.
  • Dimensions: length 550mm, width 65mm, depth 90mm
  • This light fitting is suitable for mounting on normally flammable surfaces
  • Buy online Cabaret wall light – Cabaret bathroom wall mounted light

Applications of the Cabaret Bathroom Wall Light

For more information about this old-fashioned-yet-modern bathroom wall light, consult the specs on our website or download the PDF file (which contains the main features, pictures, and dimensions). We have started putting more info concerning the items on our website – as a pdf file – so that you would find out more about the items you are purchasing.

One comment

  1. Hey guys. I need some dimmable strip lights, and these are dimmable. But, are they only dimmable if I hardwire them to a dimmable wall switch? I’m cofused because there isn’t a dimmer switch on the strip itself, just a pull cord.


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