Here’s an amazing Pottery Barn style light by Sawdust 2 Stitches that I recently featured at Knock Off Decor. Soon after Corey’s kids damaged her camera tripod, she spotted the Photographer’s Tripod Table Lamp in her Pottery Barn catalog. She realized that with just a little effort, she could turn her damaged tripod into something very similar!
“A friend and I found a vintage thermos in a neighbor’s dumpster,” confesses Paula at Sweet Pea, “and I was happy to have it for decorating.” Inspired by another blogger, she decided to turn the thermos into a lamp.
Laura from The Turquoise Home bought this classic lamp on clearance at Target months ago. She’s been using it in her home ever since, but the wood tone was just a little off when placed alongside the rest of her decor. She decided it was time to change things up a bit.
When Chaney’s parents bough a riverfront home, this dated brass light fixture was part of the deal, she explains at May Richer Fuller Be. Recently, Chaney has been helping them with some updates. After studying the brass and glass pendant light, she decided that instead of replacing the fixture, she just needed to give it a makeover.
Diane blogs at In My Own Style. As part of her recent bedroom makeover, she wanted to update the polished brass swing arm lamps on either side of her bed, but didn’t want to spend a lot of money.
Over at Seeking Lavender Lane, Deb decided there was no need to throw out the dated ceiling fan in her family room. Instead, she put her imagination to work to give it a new look.
Over at Little Brags, Christine has been giving her back porch a makeover. She had these two huge brown lanterns to use, but had grown tired of their brown color.
Janette blogs at Style with Cents. After a hail storm beat her front porch light to smithereens, it was looking pretty sad.