Most of the fixtures have been switched out, but the one that bothered me the most was still here. The dust collecting beast in our two-story entry. Ugh. There's no getting those glass shades clean and they keep getting worse. It drives me nuts. We've been waiting to change this one since it has to be hired out due to the height.
For Christmas, my husband had me a pick out a new chandelier for the entry way and I couldn't be more ecstatic!!! So long sucka! Here's what I chose:
How gorgeous is it in this dining room?!!
| My Domaine |
Oh, and I even came across a smaller 9-light version of the new entry chandelier here for under $200 that is definitely worth sharing!
Since we're going to have an electrician here with a massive ladder, we figured we might as well have him change out our living room fan. Now, in a perfect world, I would put up a chandelier in here. It would look AWESOME. In fact, my friend and neighbor has this one up in her living room (we have the same floor plan) and it's jaw dropping. But, I'm an angry person when I get too hot, so a ceiling fan to help move air around in the summer is a must. The one we currently have really is perfectly fine. The bowl is another dust and dead bug collector though. The light kit on the bottom does nothing to add to the light in the room. And well, you probably know my feeling about boob lights.
Here's what it's being replaced with:
Different color, but I just love how streamlined it looks in these rooms:
| Studio McGee |
| Studio McGee |
Pretty pumped over here! I'll definitely share photos once they're up :)
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