Sunday, January 3, 2010

Light the Way

Remember this nightmare of a light fixture in our master bath?

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Well, it's currently sitting in the trashcan by the curb ready for pick up day tomorrow.  We ripped that dated sucker out of the wall and replaced it with a nice brushed nickel fixture to match our faucets. We picked up this beauty at Lowe's for $98. I looooove it. Already our bathroom is slowly transforming into a whole new room.

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Did you notice anything else different? Perhaps the paint color? That's another project I finished this weekend. The blue paint was giving me the blues and I wanted something lighter and fresher. I used the same paint color that we used in our office makeover. The paint color is Oat Straw by Behr. It took two good coats to cover up that blue paint.

I have another painting project for this room that I will reveal later on in the week. Let's just say the vanity is no longer orangey oak anymore.


  1. Hi Sara. It's coming along nicely. The color and fixture make a world of difference already, don't they? Can't wait to see the vanity and where this room goes next.

    Hugs...Tracy :)

  2. How could I forget that old light fixture? We have just like it! Ugh. I LOVE the new fixture. It is beautiful. SO much better!!
    The new paint color is looking nice. It's very similar to the paint color we have in our bathroom. It's Clay White by Behr, and I love it!
    Oh, I can't wait to see what you did to the cabinets. I hate orangey oak, and I bet your cabinets are looking lovely now!
    Have a great day! Beth. :)

  3. Your project looks like it is moving right along. I really like your choices for faucets and lighting. Ahhhhhh, much better.

  4. I really like checking out your blog and seeing what project you are up to. I really wish I had your energy. Your home is just lovely. You have a knack for making projects look wasy. Thands for sharing your decorating idea. I really enjoy them.



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