Updating globe lights
Here she is all lit up at night: I love the black finish, the seeded glass, and that it comes with an Edison bulb. It gives the illusion that there is a ceiling in the space and makes it more intimate and festive feeling.The other lighting update we did was putting up outdoor globe lights (we used these ones from Amazon for .99 a strand. They are installed with cup hooks put into the wood and onto the overhang. I am excited to check in with some updates on the deck for the One Room Challenge! When I am thinking about changing a space, I go through this list of items that will make a big impact: I can’t change the wall color or treatment, so I am trying to work on every other element. When we first moved in forever ago, I wanted to change the light, but we never got around to it. I searched online and couldn’t find something that was in my budget (less than ) and that I loved. Then I went to Lowes and found a great option for .99. Rusted, too small, and outdated (with a million dead bugs inside).If you missed any of the past deck posts, here is the deck plan and here is the first week’s progress (and embarrassing mistakes) here is my how to on making a pillow cover and the rug reveal: Thanks for following along! want a free course on how to style your accessories to look amazing? Sponsored Products are advertisements for products sold by merchants on I need to replace the orange cord in the back with a black or white indoor cord (that’s how the lights are plugged in).
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