Updating globe lights
Continue, pasting until you are happy with the results, then give the covered globe several coats of the Plaid Decoupage gloss finish glue, let dry between coats. Another way to update it would be to get a more contemporary shade, maybe a shorter triangular one. Easy and clear directions, and the pearl one looks very professionally done.
The added bonus, the defused light in the base showed through some of the glued pieces. (06/07/2007) By Jess (TF Editor) I'm impressed! (06/07/2007) By Beth That really does look updated! (06/07/2007) By Kim Ch This is just the idea I need! The shade is a dusty rose color and the glass is an awful gold!
Also all the ceiling fixtures I've seen are not for vanities.
Have you seen any pretty fixtures that hang this way? (06/08/2007) By Heather Suggestion; replace the electric cord. I have thought of covering different things with paper or cloth in the past, but have never gotten around to it.
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Instead of purchasing a new one, I simply covered an existing one with fabric to match the room. Approximate Time Less than 30 minutes It's easy (and cheap) to give new life to a boring ceramic lamp. I used a sponge (cut into a square and rectangle with a utility knife) and a foam stencil brush, some acrylic paint, and some spray gloss.It sure saved a bundle I would have spent for a new lamp where you now have to buy the shades separately now.For those who may not know what decoupage is, here is some helpful information.Getting a DIY pendant light built obviously takes a touch more work than most of the 50 DIY wall art ideas we showcased last week.