How can I dress up this light fixture?
Hallway ceiling light I like to find a way to dress it perhaps a chandelier, any ideas welcome, thank you
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Here are a few ideas! I think my personal favorite is to cover it with a lamp shade: https://www.homestoriesatoz.com/decorating/do-boob-light-fixture.html
WHAT I WOULD TRY IS DRILLING LITTLE HOLES ALL AROUND THE LIGHT & THEY SELL PACKS OF CRYSTALS IN MENARDS & SUCH. ALSO IF YOU’RE A THRIFT STORE JUNKIE OR FLEA MARKETER YOU CAN ALSO GET OLDER CHANDLIERS & TAKE APART TO USE PARTS & YOU CAN USUALLY DO THIS FOR VERY LITTLE MONEY... WITH A FEW TOOLS & SOME PAINT YOU WILL BE SURPRISED AT WHAT YOU CAN DO!!! HAVE FUN🌹
I like the oil rubbed bronze fixtures. Take it down, clean it and get some quality spray paint to paint over the gold. (the 1990 called they want their light fixture back) Get the copper craft paint from a craft store and a sponge brush. Ever so gently load the brush sparingly and pat it until it is almost dry. Then apply the copper to the edges to give it the oil rubbed bronze effect. Or ... just go buy a new one at a home improvement store.
You could pick up a new light cover fairly cheap and the try this project:
If you are replacing it a chandelier would be nice or a pendant light
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What about something like this?
Hi Michelle, you could paint the brass a silver or brushed nickle color, and buy a new funky shade, you could also clean up the original shade. Here is a video that may help you
Hello, I just found this fabulous idea for it too!