Well-placed lighting: Kichler’s bath and vanity collection

Kichler launched a line of bath and vanity fixtures that provide well-placed lighting to fit various needs.

Braeyln is an existing Kichler bathroom collection, updated for 2015 with a chrome finish option to create a modern twist on the bath family. Braelyn can be used in a downlight configuration, and is available in one-light, two-light, three-light and four-light options for a variety of settings. Contessa has a unique fretwork design in a chrome finish with satin etched opal glass. It is available in one-light, two-light, three-light or four-light options. Impello is a linear LED bath bar that can be installed in a vertical or horizontal placement. Impello is available in four sizes: 12 inches, 18 inches, 24 inches and 30 inches for a variety of spaces. Tori is a linear LED bath fixture with satin-etched, cased opal glass. A twisted metal bar adorns the piece for an elegant flair. Tori is available in a variety of sizes including 12 inches, 18 inches, 24 inches and 30 inches, and comes in either polished chrome or bronze finishes.

The Marana family includes a traditional, domed globe styling available in one-light, two-light, three-light or four-light options. It is available in chrome and oil rubbed bronze finish choices. Nita can be installed horizontally or vertically for a versatile look in any vanity. The four-light fixture is available in 12 inch, 18 inch, 24 inch and 30 inch sizes; and it comes in a chrome finish. The Signata collection includes clear, curved glass panels, which are the main focal point. Available in one-light, two-light, three-light or four-light options, the family is available in natural brass and classic pewter finishes. Meanwhile, Zolon has a linear style, with the fixture coming in four size options – 12 inches, 18 inches, 24 inches and 30 inches. Zolon can be installed either vertically or horizontally and comes in either chrome or bronze finishes.

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