|You can just barely see the light up there above the table.|
Unfortunately there were none of those lights in stock at our local Lowes. Bummer. We didn't really want to spend too much, but we did want to find something that we both liked, so we figured we would just keep looking until we found one that met our requirements, and if we didn't find one while we lived here at the farmhouse, no big deal.
Later that week I was looking at the light again (because that's what I do...daydream decorate when my boys nap) and I figured I would check one more time if there were any in stock locally. Nope. BUT THEN. Then I changed to the store near my mom and wouldn't you know there were two in stock?! I placed the order immediately, and we picked it up last weekend when we were down to visit. We got home and the fun started. Here is our old little boob light (that honestly didn't light up the space very well).
The end product was well worth the shoulder burn I got while holding this bad boy up!
not to bust out our fall stuff yet!), and it really lights up that room so well! There is a large pine tree in front of the house, which I love, but it does keep it relatively dark and shady over there, so as the winter months come I am going to like having a nice bright room!
Over all, I really love the difference our $42 dollar chandelier makes in this room!
So now...the big question, do I paint those four wooden chairs white? Bright white? Antique white (like the little white cabinet)? Distressed? SO MANY OPTIONS!