Updating globe lights
We usually switch gears and focus on holiday projects and I’ve missed sharing DIYs over the last month or so!
That being said, we are so psyched to be back at it in full DIY mode!
This was a really inexpensive way to update the existing fixture to make it look more modern and updated without having to buy a new one! I am seriously in love with the industrial look the white copper gave the light fixture.
Painting the threads on the sockets gave it that trendy, cool vibe! I am really excited about how the dining room turned out!
It’s been so fun to have them follow along our renovation of my house and to be able to help them get new ideas and decorate their new house!
Their new home is gorgeous but had a few random dated things throughout the home.
After reading the safety instructions, I sprayed the fixture with 2-3 coats of Krylon Premium Metallic spray paint in White Copper. It turned out to be the perfect metallic for this light fixture!
I allowed the fixture to dry for 2 days and we reinstalled it over the dining room table.
So reason #3,508,237 why I love Pinterest is that you can get a little inside scoop on what other bloggers are getting ready to do.The width visible is to your liking – make it as narrow or as wide as you want, but be sure to leave enough tape width to be able to wrap over the equator to the inside of the globe.Install the pendant light as per instructions on your lighting package.We are so excited to be sharing another DIY project with you guys!With the holidays lasting over a month, most people aren’t in house project mode.