Let’s talk about four of options for updating your outdated fixtures.
If your lighting fixture is of the dated brass finish variety, but has “good bones” so to speak, then spray painting it may be your best option.
Perhaps you know you want a traditional light fixture, but then come the finishes. Or maybe you love the rustic look of oil-rubbed bronze.
With endless options, it helps to gain some real life inspiration.
Instead of picking out an entire new fixture, we could try just replacing the globes!
Although I’d prefer a fixture with straight lines throughout, our current ones are in good shape and could be given a new life with updated globes.
Okay, I’m just going to jump right in to today post because I’m anxious to get everyone’s thoughts…
In my kids' bathroom in the last house, I went nautical with a super fun and unique navy blue light fixture!
It was made to my liking, and I actually took it down and boxed it up before we put the house on the market, because it was too cool to leave behind.
Every light is different, your steps for removal may vary.
Usually wall lights are secured with two or more knurled or decorative nuts.