This past weekend, my husband hung a new light fixture in our kitchen. The reason for it was this light fixture, in our hallway, quit working. Confused? Keep reading.
(Oops! I took this picture as he was already starting to dismantle it. By looking at it that way, you would KNOW why it wasn't working! LOL!)
Every time my husband would try to fix it, it would quit working again after just a few days. So, I decided that we would need a new one. What to do? I decided to move the one that was hanging in our kitchen to this space and get a larger one for our kitchen instead.
So, down this light came.
And up went the other one.
I have always loved the look of school house lights. They have such a great vintage look. So, I found one at Build.com. They helped us get this for our kitchen but all opinions are my own.
In order to find the right light, I headed to their website. It was very easy to narrow my search down by the way it was set up. You can pick what style light you want, what finish, what price range, what brand and what dimensions. Once you've picked out a light, you can see all of the specs so you don't have to wonder if it will fit well in your space or what it's made of etc. If you have any questions, there is even a live chat button you can click on and someone will be able to help you immediately.
I picked out this Minka Lavery light fixture. It was bigger than the one I had so I thought it would fill the space a bit better.
Here it all lit up.
We have been enjoying our new light. This light has adjustable lengths too and came with a shorter rod or additional rods according to the length we needed.
The nice thing about the website is that they also included reviews from others that have purchased this product. I was able to read those and feel confident about my decision before ordering it. If I needed to find similar products, they included a section for matching products as well. I received it just days after it was ordered too! Now, that's great service.
So, if you're looking for affordable lighting options and quick delivery, you should give them a try.
More progress has been made in our master bathroom and I'm looking forward to sharing that with you soon. This week, we should know whether a frameless shower enclosure is possible.
Thanks for stopping by!
~ Kelly ~