There are some really small changes you can make in your decor that will make a really big impact!
Paint curtain rods
Most all of our light fixtures are the oil bronze color, which has been in style for the last few years. While I do think it is pretty, I prefer a lighter, more cottage-y look.
|Existing curtain rods and dining room light fixture in oiled bronze|
|Spray painted curtain rods – Antique white Rustoleum|
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Remove (or add) shades
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I already had some green paint so I watered it down very thin and lightly painted the fabric.
|Not as bright as the inspiration but not bad!|
I thought I might add some beads or fringe at a later date, but I was too excited to wait. The paint was very thin and dried almost instantly, so I quickly put them on to see what they looked like.
I had a big smile on my face as I placed them onto the bulbs one by one.
And that shadow casting on the ceiling! *swoon*