Its rim is a sort of dark copper-y color though, not that almost blackish-dark brown that some manufacturers try to foist off on unsuspecting consumers as "rubbed bronze fnish."
There is a matching fixture in my back hallway/entry/basement stair landing, and I don't care about that because nobody, absolutely nobody, is standing there looking up at the light fixture critizing it. In contrast, there is a true boob light in my narrow hallway to which the bedrooms and bath append:
You can definitely see that protruding nipple, LOL!
Thank goodness that most people, though, don't usually look up at a hallway ceiling fixture through which they're passing in a few seconds.
Anyway, I came across this fixture at Overstock and it has a matching chandelier that would, I think, look beautiful above my dinette table. Here is the semi-flush mount ceiling fixture that would go in the center of the kitchen work area:
I think it's gorgeous. I love the metal work and the more copper-y finish, along with the translucent glass shade. I think that if I left the light in above the sink until I find the absolute perfect solution, they would all work together.
But -- is this just a glorified boob light look????
I would be horrified to replace two light fixtures in such a visible part of the house with what amount to glorified boob lights -- wish I'd never come across the term. Damn! Here is the chandelier:
The price is good on the combo, too, with free shipping. But - should I keep looking for something less "booby?" Do I have a psychological fixation on boob light fixtures? Do manufacturers have a psychological fixation on boob light fixtures -- or feed into this irrational fetish on a grand scale -- all around the globe???? Arrrgggghhhh - sometimes I hate this home improvement stuff.