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As I mentioned, there are two other light fixtures in the room (and 2 big windows).
I first got the idea to paint it and add Edison style bulbs nearly a year ago, and, at the time, I thought to myself, “I bet I’m not the first person to come up with this idea.” And, sure enough, I googled and found that the fabulous Shavonda from A Home Full of Color had already done this. So I didn’t get to be original, but I did get to proceed (uhh, eleven months later) secure in the knowledge that someone else had done this and had it turn out great. I was a little conflicted about this project because 1. they use up a ton of energy and aren’t the most environmentally friendly option in the world. As to objection #2, my rationalization is that we really don’t use this light much at all.
Not only did we get some much-needed R&R and family time, but we also added an air compressor to our collection of DIY tools (big deal! We bought it to use with our new spray paint gun and I’ve been spraying basically everything in sight for the last 24 hours.
Well, mostly just the doors in the house, but the baseboards are whispering my name. I’m trying hard to rework and salvage as many things in this house as we can now that most of the demo is done. All-white at least sort of disappears into the ceilings.
We went to Home Depot hoping they’d come through for me again in the lighting department.
Dave turns it on when he shaves, and I turn it on twice a year or so when I attempt lipstick.
So it’s not really on the same level of energy consumption as some hipster restaurant in Manhattan running these bulbs 8 hours a day.
It’s a great subtle, not too shiny, antique-y gold. I went to Home Depot and bought eight of these: …nearly each. This means my cheapo lighting update (I already had the spray paint) cost me EIGHTY DOLLARS.
What’s that quote from about how long you can make it without a rationalization? Okay, so we took this down when we painted the wall, and I hauled it down the garage (because it won’t stop raining lately), scrubbed it down, and painted it with Rustoleum’s Champagne Mist.
I can’t remember where I first saw this color recommended, by the way, but I’m a big fan.