DIY: Wine Bottle Light
This past spring Daniel and I went on a road trip from San Francisco to the Grand Canyon. Along the way we stopped at Chateau Julien for a wine tasting. I wanted to do something with the empty bottle instead of throwing it in the recycling bin. So here it is! You’ll need: an empty […]
How to DIY a white branch chandelier... or woodsy. For free!
How to DIY a whimsical expensive looking (but FREE) white branch chandelier! It's gorgeous and easy to do! Click for full tutorial.
Lamp Shade Re-do - Sonya Hamilton Designs
If you’ve followed this blog for a while, you know I love the concept of mixing unexpected fabrics together. When Stacey asked me to make her shower curtain, as well as recover a lamp shade for her bathroom, she particularly wanted this mix of fabrics. You can see more on Stacey’s Shower Curtain here. The lampshade began as your basic 6 sided lampshade. I removed the eyelash fringe but kept
Glacier Blue and Pale Peach Crystal Chandelier with Matching Shades
This most stunning chandelier, designed with vintage and newer lighting components, will take your breath away! A specatcular color combination of pale glacier blue and soft rosy~peach blend for a romantic and eye~catching fixture. The column is adorned with aqua, clear, and peach prong~set rhinestone chains, and the bottom of the column is surrounded with full~bloom aqua roses. Clear faceted crystal beaded chains, accented with Swarovski aqua~green crystal ocatgons, are draped at the top…
Beautiful pair of double arm candelabra lamps adorned with porcelain flowers, circa 1920.. Shades are Mini Pear shaped and dyed buttery yellow to peachy tan and covered in antique gold metallic lace and gossamer mesh. Wonderful French chenille flower appliqués drip down over the shades. Hand beaded fringe contains a mix of glass and natural semi-precious stones.