Monday, April 1, 2013

Foyer light FINALLY hung

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This was one of those projects that just seemed like a MAJOR pain to tackle. Not because it was a hard job (we've rewired dozens upon dozens of lights over the years) but simply because it required locating a virtually skyscraper height ladder to get it done. So while I've embarassingly had this light for 2 years now (you can see the first mention of it here) it was only recently hung. However the crazy high ladder still needs to be returned. We suck at this project, hey?

And by recently hung I mean back in January, which you will see by the glimpses of Wren's party decor. As you can tell, I'm a little behind on keeping up with things.

Here was our Foyer pre-new lighting. Unfortunately even my afters are pre-new door. But I am hoping that will be a Summer switch-out. The frosted glass half panels HAVE TO GO!

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The chrome plays up nicely with all the chrome in the kitchen as well, and I think it was a good, safe bet for us. Nothing surprising or ground breaking, but a necessary switcheroo.
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So if you've been dutifully waiting to see this for 2 years, THANK YOU for your patience. 
And if I owe you your ladder, I promise you won't have to wait 2 years to get it back.
AND if you've been patiently waiting to see an update on ParkView, pop by tomorrow! I have some fun stuff to share.



Erin said...

Very nice! May your bulbs never burn out ;)

Jeane M. said...
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christine, just bella said...

I love this light, Holly! It's the perfect balance of modern and traditional. Plus, it's shiny... I'm easily attracted to shiny things ;)

Jetsetter said...


Epic Thread said...

This is beautiful!!
Jillian -

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