Lighting fixtures are like house jewelry. They add that finishing touch and if you change them to a different style, you can get a whole new look. This week, I want to show you how to quickly upgrade a drum chandelier by turning it into a crystal chandelier.
With all of the popularity in the farmhouse chic style, I thought that it might behoove me to offer you a selection of some quality industrial lighting. But, not just any lighting. I wanted to dig through my collections and pull out quality with an amazingly low price tag. After several hours of pulling designs and potential brands, I finally put together this collection of industrial lighting under $100. Yep, that’s right! These are all under $100!
(Bell Jar Pendant Lights – Photo by Steven Cabinets)
Back when I was designing my home, I decided early on that I was going to put bell jar, pendant lighting above my kitchen island. I have always loved the way they look – a little bit medieval, a little bit elegant. However, if you are in the market for lighting and you are considering bell jars, you are going to want to read this article.
If you have old dated brass hardware that you have been dying to replace, you may want to take a moment to rethink that idea. Turns out that old brass hardware may not be viewed as dated any longer. Why, you say? Well, just as with many things in life, what’s old is once new again.
One of the most common questions that I get is about measurements. How big should a rug be? How high should the lights hang? These types of dilemmas are the most frequent to occur. So, I am offering these decor measurement guidelines (note that I do not call them rules) for measurements for your home decor.