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The small frosted one is a bit too small and it’s not as contemporary as I’d like, and the big frosted globe is a little TOO big.
So this one below is the front-runner: Ideally, I’d like to find globes that really aren’t globes as all – Something with straight straight straight lines with no curves at all.
And if you do make a mistake, don’t be too hard on yourself, it happens to the best of us!
Okay, I’m just going to jump right in to today post because I’m anxious to get everyone’s thoughts…
And the electrical base was just so much featureless shiny chrome that overwhelmed the wall space.
The seeded glass shades in the new fixture were much less forgiving and the overall effect the couple were after was ruined by that expanse of plastic socket. This time they settled on a single bulb, industrial style, globe fixture.After turning the breaker to the electricity off for sake of safety, removing the old fixture was easy.John kept careful notes of how the old electrical base was wired so he could connect the new model without a hitch.Here are the options I brought home to try out: We’ve got: Here are the original lights again – You can see the globes a bit better in these photos: To try the new ones, I took the lightbulbs out and then unscrewed the hardware holding the old glass in place.The old globes sitting next to the new ones on the counter really show just how dingy they’ve gotten over the years.