Well Hellooooooo there and welcome to another Wild Hare Wednesday!
Remember, if you want to join in let me know and I'll add you to the list. There are no rules, you can write about ANY kind of Wild Hare you have!
You don't have to follow my theme as my Hare's get really Wild sometimes! hee,hee,hee.
Ok... so this week I'm going to confess about my light fixture Wild Hare..er..umm, well let's just rephrase that to say Hare(s). hee,hee,hee.
I have lived in my house for 8 years and I've changed most of my light fixtures 3 times!!! Yes, 3 times!!
Let's take a stroll down memory lane shall we..
I started out with all the deep dark tiffany stained glass and iron fixtures. Very Victorian.
This was my dining room light.
This one hung over my kitchen island. (I sold both of these)
Hall sconce lit up.
Hall sconce daytime.
This one David actually made. Yes made. It's a sconce for our hallway. I'm selling this one (he said to, so don't freak out). Send me an email if you're interested $150.00 plus shipping.
While they are very pretty, they're dark. Ummm, I don't like dark. Oh yeah that's right.
So then I moved on to the whole crystal and bling and Shabby Chic thing. Oooo so pretty and shiney! But.. Hello!!! Shiney get's dirty and dusty and grungy! It's only pretty when it's shiney! What a pain in the buttox to clean!! What was I thinking? I'm a clean freak and all those crystals!
This one hung above my kitchen island (I sold it)
This one hung in my master bath. (It's for sale $35.00 plus shipping if you're interested send me an email).
So now here we are in the Calm, Clean and Serene decorating phase and what is the final stage (or so David hopes anyway) of my Wild Hare(s) over light fixtures.
These are simple, classic and can be cleaned with my favorite cleaning tool, the Swiffer Duster! Yeah baby!
This one is in my master bath.
and this one... hello fabulous... (I actually said that when I saw it at Ballard Designs) hangs on the wall in the hallway.
So... are you ready to call the people at the looney bin to come and get me? hee,hee,hee.
There really is no cure for Wild Hares. They just happen. Some are just stranger than others and some are lucky they have understanding husbands. :)