It’s a civic holiday today, which means I get to spend an extra day at home doing projects, seeing friends, and exploring Waterloo. Happy Monday to you all!
Way back in the fall, IÂ wrote about Venini lighting. I also shared the fact that I hadÂ acrylic versions throughout my house, and that I had wanted to get rid of them right away.Â I have a massive one in my foyer that I hated, but once I painted the walls white, the light fixture completely grew on me. That one light (and the matching versionsÂ in the hallways) started a domino effect in terms of the lighting for my home. Let’s take a tour, shall we?
The foyerÂ chandelier came with the house. ItÂ is big, and it has a gazillion light bulbs.
All the hallway lighting came with my house as well. I have a few of these smaller versions, and they take a few lightbulbs each.
I knew I wanted to replace the dining room chandelier and my bedroom fan, so whenÂ my mom and I found this amazing chandelier at the Habitat ReStore, I grabbed it. I love the little balls on this version, and it ties in nicely with the hallway lighting.
In my bedroom, I have two smaller versionsÂ to match my dining room chandelier. These ones are my favourites. They’re sweet, little, and a little less 80s glam than the others.
Do I want to invest in theÂ crystal version of these?Â Maybe one day if I find them on super sale.