Longing for Light

It’s not too hard to see the potential of this light fixture.  Great lines, great size, just an unfortunate brassy finish.  But that was easily fixed with paint and polish, and now it’s the poshest pendant in Tracy’s pad. 
I actually bought a very similar light at the thrift store once.  But then I got it home and realized it was super squatty. Not at all long and elegant like Tracy’s. (Picture it with about two-thirds cut off). Plus, I was hoping I could disassemble it and paint it, and not have to tape off all those panes of glass, but that wasn’t possible, so my laziness won out and back to the donation pile it went. It never even made it out of the garage!  Sigh.  I will live vicariously through Tracy today.  See more on her blog soulstyle.

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  1. I love the fixture!! Great “after”. I totally do the same thing by the way…buy fabulous finds with the best of intentions…then oops…months later still sitting there with nothing done to them!! {good to know i’m not the only one!!}

    Cheers
    ~ Jillian
    http://www.hersplitends.com

  2. Hey, drop me an email please!
    lfcrossman@hotmail.com

    regarding the Flood promo

  3. WOW – that is just gorgeous –
    Love it and would love to have it actually!

  4. MWAH Lindsay, thank you!!

  5. oh sooo chic in the after!

  6. I feel a hunt coming on for the same style of light fixture! Love it, now! ~ Maureen

  7. I’m jealous! This is so gorgeous!

  8. I am longing for a light fixture like this one. I actually don’t mind it in either finish. Although, the brass-y finish could be toned-down a bit. Great and simple transformation.

  9. Beautiful transformation! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

  10. Love it!

  11. That is so pretty! And the size makes it a serious WOW statement. Nicely done!

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