Greetings, Everyone!! I hope all is well in your sunny household.
Ok, this project is a breeze. I simply wanted to give some cheapie lamps I purchased from Lowes a pop of color. I absolutely LOVE pops of color in a home that is mostly monochromatic (Using the tints and shades of one color within a hue..basically: a color scheme of browns, dark chocolates, creams, whites), it always gives a pleasant aura of surprise. And because I am a rustic chic type of chic and love colors that areanalogous (using colors found in nature), I thought this blue would be purrrfect alongside my gold sea urchins, glass vase filled with reeds and gold painted pine cones..oh, and let's not forget the huge marble tumbled stone medallion..The combo was simply divine!! And, I LOVE juxtaposing different colors and textures: smooth against rough, dark against light, tall against short, sparkly against dull...love!
There's really no step by step for this, I will simply list what I used, what I did and voila..easy, peasy! I originally swooned over some blue high gloss lamps at West Elm, but of course, their lamps were $$$ and I got the bluest lamps on the planet for under 10 bucks!! So, go, paint away my little artists, hold your head high and stick your chest out at your finished work!!
BEFORE YOU THROW OUT THOSE OLD LAMPS..GIVE EM A ONCE OVER!
THE FINISHED LOOK: