Thursday, February 22, 2007

Light it up

You know, when you live in a house as old as ours is there's always something that needs to be fixed. There's always some project that you want to get to to make your house nice, more your own. Take the light by our medicine cabinet. It's ugly. There's no two ways about it. It ugly now and I can't imagine that it was ever not ugly. What makes it even worse is that now the fixture is cracked and yellowing. It's time for an update.

I found this light fixture at Shoppremier that would look great in our bathroom. Maybe even too great since the rest of our bathroom is done in a Sponge Bob theme. Oh well, they have a lot of other great bathroom lights too.

With free shipping on orders over $100 I just might have to do a bit more browsing around at Shoppremier for a bunch of light fixtures
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The Other Girl said...

I have an old house too (built in 1913), and I've been gradually remodeling it over the last five years. I've noticed that when I put a light fixture in that takes more than two full size bulbs, the bulbs burn out really frequently, like, every three or four months. I had done an upgrade on the electrical system prior to changing any fixtures, but only a partial rewire (although some of the problematic fixtures have new wiring, so ... I don't know). I asked the electrician about it, and he said, "huh." Thanks, dude!

Jen said...

We have that problem in our upstairs hallway and living room room too. I bet we change the one in the living room once a month. And by "we" I mean Jesse and not me.