Sometimes one needs a long, flexible lighting fixture. I've specified this one for behind a built-in bed for reading. The size of the lamp will determine how much brightness is available.
By:Scott R. , Architect (Truckee, CA)
Was looking for a fixture to mount at apex of vaulted ceiling in a playroom. Needed a total of 5. Considered many pendant alternatives. These worked out very well - twisted in odd shapes the 5 fixtures look very whimsical and allow me to direct the light exactly where I want it. I have other general lightin in the room and this provides accent at a reasonable price
By:Joe , Homeowner (New York)
We bought twelve of theses lights for our large conference room and they look great. We are using large globe bulbs. It is really a great look for our conference room.
I wish that they had a version that had more than one flexible shaft coming from the base. We ended up combining our twelve lights into six 2-arm lights.
We like them so much that we bought four more for our small conference room (which we'll combine into two 2-arm lights), and I am thinking of buying three more to make one 3-arm light for over my desk.
By:Jason K. , Homeowner (Minneapolis, MN, US)
I love this product. I twist one so it curls and points up llike a torchiere and curl the other one so it throws light on wall art.
Nicely designed product. The flexible light should work good for my application.
By:Heather C. , Architect (Baraga)