Designer Range Arezzo Bathroom Wall Light in Polished Chrome and Clear Outer Shade

Part of the bathroom lights, the IP rated lights, polished chrome light fittings, the popular bathroom lights, and the bathroom wall lights, the designer range Arezzo Wall Light in polished chrome finish and clear glass shade is the perfect solution for a small light fitting, wall mounted, for either the bathroom wall or any other place in the home. The Arezzo AX0342 Wall Lamp for bathrooms is an IP rated wall light – with clear outer shade and frosted glass inner shade. Nice wall light fitting for use indoors – candle-like wall mounted lamp.

Ideally to be used in the living rooms, dining rooms, bathrooms – outside of the splashing of water. The AX0342 Arezzo Wall Lamp is part of the Arezzo range of polished chrome with clear glass shade wall lamps – modern lighting solutions for domestic use. High quality small wall lamp – this contemporary wall mounted lamp adds to the modern design of the home.

No need to earth this light fitting – the Arezzo Wall Lamp is double insulated(class 2 rated)! Read more about the technical specs/features and its dimensionsArezzo bathroom wall light – found at Lights, Wall Lights, Wall Lamps, Bathroom Wall Lights.

Arezzo Bathroom Wall Light – Chrome Wall Lamp – Features

AX0342 Arezzo Wall Lamp – Clear Glass Shade and Polished Chrome Finish – Dimensions

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4 comments

    1. This fitting is manufactured by Astro Lighting, so if there is a company that distributes Astro Lights, you should find this fitting in their store. For the moment, we operate/deliver mainly in UK(at the most in the EU).

      1. I live in the US but visit London quite often. If I were to purchase this light fitting in LOndon, could I have it installed in my US home without rewiring it?

        Bodile Streeten

      2. Yes, these particular light fittings WILL WORK in the USA also, but you will need to change the lamp to a 110V or else the light intensity will be almost half the intensity as it is now(since in the UK we use 230V)

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