Vintage Kitchen Chandelier…..

OK….I can already tell. This is going to be the ‘Year of Lighting’ here at Oak Cottage.

A couple of weeks ago we were out of town and found this gorgeous, vintage chandelier……had to have it!

We no longer have an ugly fluorescent square light in our kitchen…..woohoo! I detested that light…but just hadn’t found the right one to take its place. {Well, actually, I HAD found some…but since they cost more than the whole cottage, I kinda figured I better keep looking and keep my mind open.}

And, then, in walked lit up this lovely! {I’m going to be painting the black cord to match the chain so it doesn’t stick out so badly.}

kitchen chandelier

Excuse the mess…..we were in the process of a few projects……

cottage kitchen chandelier

One of the biggies on our list is to get rid of the popcorn ceiling. Why in the world do they put those things in???  Ugh.

vintage chandelier chandelier in kitchen

Lighting can make or break a room. Have you ever walked around your home to see if you might want to change out lights to change the feel of the whole room? That’s what we’ve been doing around here lately. The consensus? Yep…we want to change all of ’em!

Happy Tuesday~

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  1. Cherie says

    I scored a free, in perfect condition, Williamsburg chandelier that I immediately spray painted, popped on 6 document print mini shades, gave my rectangular fluorescent ugly the heave ho and transformed our kitchen. What did it cost you say? Nothing, already had a left over spray can of flat black paint in the garage from another project. Loving my “new” light fixture!

  2. Just J says

    I have been loving floor lamps….no electrician needed! My problem is I always find them while traveling and then the shipping costs more than the lamp.

    • says

      Hi, Sharon…it is a vintage French glass bottle rack. I just love them! You can find them at antique places, online, etc. Keep your eyes peeled….and look for good prices. They can be quite pricey! =)

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