And Finally

We went from this light fixture:


Which was cheap, and ugly, and wobbly to a new light fixture:


While it’s hard to photograph, it’s square, the fixture has these lovely crystal looking details, and it has lovely flair reminiscent of the 1960s. I also couldn’t resist adding in the picture of our towel ring, which is brand new, and absolutely wonderful. Not for the fixture itself, but for it’s very existence.

Here’s the funny story. Miss Bug is not too impressed with the light fixtures since they hang off the side of the mirror, being too long to just be over the mirror. Mr. Ink and I are not irritated by this, but Miss Bug is having a real problem with it. After the 3rd time she’d mentioned it in an evening, I finally said “Bug, that’s it. The light fixtures stay. They are the ones we purchased and the ones we installed and I like them. We aren’t going to continue discussing this.”

And then I hear her singing some silly song under her breath about how everything should be perfect according to her OCD.



5 thoughts on “And Finally

    • One might even think that there should have been one there when we moved in! Crazy idea, I know! Thanks about the light, I wish it were easier to photograph.

  1. The towel thing must be a missing staple for houses now, because we had to install one in our upstairs bath as well. The light fixtures look impressively awesome, and hopefully Miss Bug will grow accustomed to them, if nothing else maybe some day down the line she can help make a frame for the mirror or something.

    • Our small master bath doesn’t have a towel ring either. We’ve got one to install, but I, naturally, want to redo that entire bathroom so I figure why bother installing at this point?

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