Perhaps it is a simple and easy task for some but it has taken me over a year to kind of make it in our new house yet there are a few that I have not replaced after moving in, let me just say they all need to go.
Finally, I found the perfect lantern for our staircase that features black iron railing ... The lantern is made of an antique bronze and probably used to hang in a commercial or institutional setting c 1930, was restored with black and gilt polychrome finish and is just over 4 feet tall. It was refurbished by a wonderful company "Rejuvenation" because after receiving it last week, we were impressed with the work they have done, the packaging and speedy shipment. It is exquisite. I will be their repeat customer ... Take a look...I will share more images once I am back from our European travels and once it is up where it belongs... our staircase.
Some eye candy for lighting fixture connaisseurs could be this art deco marvel below that I photographed at the chateau Jemniste the other day, as we visited the place that we got married at ... this chateau is special and romantic for us and always will be...but this chandellier is a gem, right?!
It has been cold over here, but we were very warm in our hearts, especially seeing our wedding chateau after 5 years with our son for the first time, and him hugging the tree we planted on our wedding day (red oak) ... it certainly grew up! Just like our boy I shall say.
After staying for 2 nights in one of the Chateau Jemniste rooms (Rainer - our wedding room) we headed to my parents and brother's houses for Easter celebration.
Where do you go for the LIGHT?