Light fixture updating

I can't tell you how many people banged their heads on that light and after living with it for a while, I just felt like it wasn't the right light for the space I was slowly putting together.

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Not too long ago I was really needing a change with our kitchen Ceiling light.

The one I had chosen ( at the time) I loved but over time just wasn't working for our space.

I knew an upgraded light fixture would have some impact and would help to spruce up the kitchen, but I underestimated the extent of the difference it would have.

Truthfully, I wish I hadn’t taken so long to do it!

It’s modern aesthetic matches exceptionally well with the existing finishes in our home, yet it offers a bit of an eclectic feel to pull our whole look together.

Rob says it was easy to assemble (yours truly is not well versed in things of an electric nature) and took minimal time to hang.Swapping out an old, outdated light fixture adds instant appeal and value to your home, and it isn't hard to do.If you're a novice do-it-yourselfer, don't be intimidated by working around electricity.Whether you choose to work with it, hide it, or disguise it, there is a creative solution for coping with your boob lights. Slow design is something I have really embraced over the last several years.Well, let’s explore some creative options that make the most of your existing fixture. Contemporary Cabaret shares a whimsical solution to working with your boob light…a feather boa wreath around it. And although I wasn’t able to find a DIY version of this idea, I’m sure one exists somewhere out there! Young House Love also chose to hide one of their boob lights using the same method. Whether it’s with wax paper, vellum paper, or real capiz shells, this is a fantastic way to disguise your ugly flush mount fixture!

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