Wednesday, June 16, 2010

You Light Up My Life.

And it only cost $4.88, originally $74.98.





Debbie Boone did it first, but I like this one better.



The forms are caulked. More paint has been applied to the hallway trim and ceiling. One more coat on the "crown molding" before bed. It's still 86 degrees. No rain, yet.

6 comments:

FlowerLady said...

Good morning Tom ~ That light fixture is really nice. I love the warmth it sheds. What a deal you got on it too.

It has been really nice viewing all of your projects inside and out. I'm really excited about your concrete counter tops.

Have a nice day. FlowerLady

Kris said...

Nice light fixture, Tom. Understated and classy. I can't believe the price you got it for. Wow.

Cameron said...

I like it! You are doing amazing things with your cottage.

When are you going to put up a sign for "Seventh Street Cottage" so folks in town will have a name for your wonderful home and garden?

Laura said...

so help me god...if that song stays in my head today...

Tom - 7th Street Cottage said...

Thanks Y'all.

Cameron, I was thinking about having a plaque made when I redo the front door with the date of the house and the names of the owners. But that's a while away. I do need to start working on the exterior when it cools down a bit before winter settles in.

Laura. Love you. ;)

L. D. Burgus said...

I am systematically removing all the cheap gold painted light fixtures that my mom had put into their house 40 years ago, on sale from Sears. The fake chandelier in the living room is the first to go, plastic baubles and all. I really like the one you selected for the hall that is looking so great. Good job.