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Matrix Ceiling Fixture


Item #: IEQ-MATRIX-CEILING

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By Illuminating Experiences.

The Matrix is great for replacing generic globes or clouds with a little more style. The triplex casing, (this means that the glass is hand-dipped three times and hardened three times) insures an even, luminous appearance. One of our most popular ceiling fixtures.

White epoxy painted body. Glass held to fixture with hidden screws.

Available in incandescent, compact fluorescent, or LED options. Incandescent and LED versions can be dimmed with standard triac dimmers. Fluorescent versions cannot be dimmed.

Formerly known as Quadra.

Notes: Generally in stock and available for immediate shipment.

Dimensions:

  • M3865: 7"L X 7"W X 4"H
  • M3873: 8.5"L X 8.5"W X 4"H

Lamp Type: INCANDESCENT, COMPACT FLUORESCENT, LED

Bulbs:

  • M3865: 1 X 75W 120V E26 (medium base) A19 incandescent (not included)
  • M3865G: 1 X 13W GU24 base compact fluorescent (lamp included)
  • M3865LED: 1 X 19W square board LED, warm white; 1260 lumens output (included)
  • M3873: 2 X 40W 120V E26 (medium base) A19 incandescent (not included)
  • M3873G: 1 X 13W GU24 base compact fluorescent (lamp included)
  • M3873LED: 1 X 19W square board LED, warm white; 1260 lumens output (included)

Listing: ENERGY STAR

Model(s): M3865 M3873 M3865G M3873G

Illuminating Experiences Lighting

Bath Lighting, Bath Vanity Lights and Contemporary Fixtures

Illuminating Experience's collection of contemporary fixtures including the Elf Series, as well as bath and vanity lighting.

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good, basic celing fixture. As I have written in my other reviews, we live in a late 50's home with renovation details from past decades. Granted the details are done rather tastefully but our dilemma is in finding fixtures that don't clash with the period/periods and yet feel clean, minimal and updated. This light certainly does it. The only reason why I'm giving it 4 stars simply because the glass shade is held up with screws which is kind of a hassle when you think about changing light bulbs. Having said that, you can't really go wrong with this light.
Date published: 2011-10-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice clean look We like this light fixture. A simple box shape works well in that mid century modern way. As other reviewers have said it is quite tricky to fit the glass to the metal fixture. Unscrew the screws absolutely as far as they will go and use great caution rotating and gentle pressure to get the glass to fit in. I was very glad to be warned by other reviewers it would be easy to break these. Haven't had to change the bulbs yet - hope I still like these when I have to take the glass off and put it back on again!
Date published: 2012-06-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good overhead light as long as you use a special dimmer switch. We put two of these in our modern kitchen remodel as area lights. They put out good light, are attractive but understated and close to ceiling so they don't compete with nearby pendants (which don't put out that much light). Our electrician initially installed a typical dimmer switch and the light flickered when dimmed and even at full light sometimes. Once we traded the dimmer switch for a better one it works fine. Would have preferred an option for white trim at attachment but still looks nice.
Date published: 2014-09-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Looks nice, fair quality Purchased the two-incandescent version of this fixture for a bathroom. The max wattage is only 40 watts per bulb, but we were able to get more light out of it by using CFL bulbs. The fixture looks great in the space. It was really, really hard to install the glass over the fixture. The thumbscrews are extremely hard to turn, and when the glass was fully flush against the metal fixture, the screws barely held on. I chipped the glass around the rim of the shade turning the screws. I don't know if we got a defective fixture, or if that's how it's supposed to be. It's hanging on for now, but I'm nervous that it's not very secure. Luckily, we don't live in an earthquake zone... Also, the metal fixture is not quite as "invisible" as the product description makes it seem. You can definitely see it when you enter the bathroom, but it isn't obtrusive.
Date published: 2011-04-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Simple without being boring. The quadras look great in our bathroom. The quadra light is very simple and sleek. We have two of them in the bathroom and the smaller size turned out to be a good fit for a tight space that needed a lot of light. My only complaint is that one of the lights came with an incomplete set of hardware and the other had no hardware. The parts were easy enough to get at a local hardware store, but it would have been nice to know up front whether the lights included hardware or not.
Date published: 2010-01-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very Pleased with This Purchase We bought 3 of the fixtures - one for a nursery and 2 for the hallway. I'd had some concerns (based on other reviews) about them giving enough light, but they're fine. They're a little more "ice cube" shaped than the picture suggests, but they still look good in the space. I'd recommend them if you're looking for something inexpensive but different from the run of the mill flushmount ceiling light.
Date published: 2009-06-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from An expensive lesson The Quadra has a nice, simple design that blended in well with our renovated basement. The price was nice too. However, I had a great deal of difficulty getting the glass bulb to install correctly on the base. In my desire not fasten the glass bulb securely to the base I over-tightened one screw and I could hear the lip of the bulb crack. Nevertheless, the bulb remained attached to the base for two weeks after installation until my two electricians -separate problem - tromped up and down, up and down the stairs and vibrations sent the bulb crashing into the basement floor. Unfortunately, it costs more to replace the bulb than to just buy the entire light fixture. Based upon the difficulty getting the lip of the glass bulb to nestle correctly into the fixture - and I have replaced several light fixtures myself with less difficulty - I will not replace it with another Quadra. An expensive lesson.
Date published: 2011-07-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cool design, poorly designed for installation I love the design of this light, but the installation was a bit tricky. As others have noted, the glass fixture is attached to the base utilizing screws which can chip the glass if you aren't careful. In addition, the light fixture utilizing the light bulbs has hot spots where the light bulbs are close to the fixture; not a big deal, but something to be aware of.
Date published: 2013-04-01
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Matrix Ceiling Fixture is rated 4.381 out of 5 by 84.
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Matrix Ceiling Fixture is rated 4.381 out of 5 by 84.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good, basic celing fixture. As I have written in my other reviews, we live in a late 50's home with renovation details from past decades. Granted the details are done rather tastefully but our dilemma is in finding fixtures that don't clash with the period/periods and yet feel clean, minimal and updated. This light certainly does it. The only reason why I'm giving it 4 stars simply because the glass shade is held up with screws which is kind of a hassle when you think about changing light bulbs. Having said that, you can't really go wrong with this light.
Date published: 2011-10-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice clean look We like this light fixture. A simple box shape works well in that mid century modern way. As other reviewers have said it is quite tricky to fit the glass to the metal fixture. Unscrew the screws absolutely as far as they will go and use great caution rotating and gentle pressure to get the glass to fit in. I was very glad to be warned by other reviewers it would be easy to break these. Haven't had to change the bulbs yet - hope I still like these when I have to take the glass off and put it back on again!
Date published: 2012-06-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good overhead light as long as you use a special dimmer switch. We put two of these in our modern kitchen remodel as area lights. They put out good light, are attractive but understated and close to ceiling so they don't compete with nearby pendants (which don't put out that much light). Our electrician initially installed a typical dimmer switch and the light flickered when dimmed and even at full light sometimes. Once we traded the dimmer switch for a better one it works fine. Would have preferred an option for white trim at attachment but still looks nice.
Date published: 2014-09-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Looks nice, fair quality Purchased the two-incandescent version of this fixture for a bathroom. The max wattage is only 40 watts per bulb, but we were able to get more light out of it by using CFL bulbs. The fixture looks great in the space. It was really, really hard to install the glass over the fixture. The thumbscrews are extremely hard to turn, and when the glass was fully flush against the metal fixture, the screws barely held on. I chipped the glass around the rim of the shade turning the screws. I don't know if we got a defective fixture, or if that's how it's supposed to be. It's hanging on for now, but I'm nervous that it's not very secure. Luckily, we don't live in an earthquake zone... Also, the metal fixture is not quite as "invisible" as the product description makes it seem. You can definitely see it when you enter the bathroom, but it isn't obtrusive.
Date published: 2011-04-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Simple without being boring. The quadras look great in our bathroom. The quadra light is very simple and sleek. We have two of them in the bathroom and the smaller size turned out to be a good fit for a tight space that needed a lot of light. My only complaint is that one of the lights came with an incomplete set of hardware and the other had no hardware. The parts were easy enough to get at a local hardware store, but it would have been nice to know up front whether the lights included hardware or not.
Date published: 2010-01-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very Pleased with This Purchase We bought 3 of the fixtures - one for a nursery and 2 for the hallway. I'd had some concerns (based on other reviews) about them giving enough light, but they're fine. They're a little more "ice cube" shaped than the picture suggests, but they still look good in the space. I'd recommend them if you're looking for something inexpensive but different from the run of the mill flushmount ceiling light.
Date published: 2009-06-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from An expensive lesson The Quadra has a nice, simple design that blended in well with our renovated basement. The price was nice too. However, I had a great deal of difficulty getting the glass bulb to install correctly on the base. In my desire not fasten the glass bulb securely to the base I over-tightened one screw and I could hear the lip of the bulb crack. Nevertheless, the bulb remained attached to the base for two weeks after installation until my two electricians -separate problem - tromped up and down, up and down the stairs and vibrations sent the bulb crashing into the basement floor. Unfortunately, it costs more to replace the bulb than to just buy the entire light fixture. Based upon the difficulty getting the lip of the glass bulb to nestle correctly into the fixture - and I have replaced several light fixtures myself with less difficulty - I will not replace it with another Quadra. An expensive lesson.
Date published: 2011-07-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cool design, poorly designed for installation I love the design of this light, but the installation was a bit tricky. As others have noted, the glass fixture is attached to the base utilizing screws which can chip the glass if you aren't careful. In addition, the light fixture utilizing the light bulbs has hot spots where the light bulbs are close to the fixture; not a big deal, but something to be aware of.
Date published: 2013-04-01
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