This is how I found it.
I envisioned something lighter with more character and bling. I gave it a thick coat of antique white, and went through my stash of prisms to dress it up.
Here is another one with a different style. It was black before.
OK, back to the furniture. Till next time, don't forget to.......
oh, so lucky, its gorgeous!!!ReplyDelete
So beautiful, I wish I lived closer to you, that way I could buy those chandeliers, I love them!ReplyDelete
Have a lovely day!
Oooh, I especially love the first one. The antique white and the bling really make it. So nice.ReplyDelete
Love the chandeliers. I wish I could find one. Haven't had any luck yet, but I'll keep on looking.ReplyDelete
I love these....... they turned out beautifully!!! Great makeovers!ReplyDelete
Hi, Came to see what new project you were working on. Love both of the chandeliers. The prisms add so much. I'll be sure to dream of these tonight. Thanks for following me!ReplyDelete
love the chandelier it turned out beautifulReplyDelete
They are both beautiful; however, the one with the prisms is gorgeous!ReplyDelete
I would hang those chandeliers in my house in a heartbeat!ReplyDelete
OMG! It looks so gorgeous! What a great job! Thanks for sharing is beautiful project. You always inspire me:)ReplyDelete
Hope to see you on my blog:)
They are both so beautiful! Love how you added all of the 'bling' -- I just finished a large chandelier and am getting ready to hang it in my gazebo -- they are so much fun! Who'd have thought those 70's chandeliers would get such a big boost with blog features! Thanks for sharing your beauties!ReplyDelete
Hi Rosemary! These are both great chandeliers and I love the extra bling. Thanks for joining the Open House party this week.ReplyDelete
Paint can transform everything, including chandies! Love how you added some bling, too. :-)ReplyDelete
I love it, rehabbed Chandeliers are a good steady seller in my booth, I always have 2 hanging at a time and I always paint them whiteReplyDelete
Great transformation, I love that first little one. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
I don't know how you have the time to take an "okay" chandelier paint it and add crystals. I would have seen it and said why bother...that is why you have the most unique items!!!ReplyDelete
The chandies look great in white! Great job as always.ReplyDelete
I've added some more gesso to the plateau for ya Rosemary...I think I'll get it right in a few more coats *winks*. Vanna
Gorgeous Rosemary!! Love every bit of it - just to let you know we picked up some Gesso this week....thanks for the inspiration!!ReplyDelete
Love love love these Rosemary. The first one was pretty before but you really made it look amazing. They are both great but I'm a sucker for prisms and flourishes. Loving that stool too. You never disappoint.ReplyDelete
Wow! A new follower for sure! All so pretty!ReplyDelete
I love them! They are beautiful!ReplyDelete
Nice transformation. Very pretty! I am visiting from Feathered Nest Friday.ReplyDelete
Rosemary you have such amazing vision, let alone talent. The chandeliers really look amazing. hmmmm. I never would have though of changing the color of a chandelier but you really have me thinking.ReplyDelete
Absolutely love this chandelier. I have a weakness for chandeliers though. Really I could have one in every room of my house :)ReplyDelete
I love them! You've inspired me to consider updating the Chandelier in my dining room. ;0)ReplyDelete
So absolutely loving this!! I love it all painted and pretty and chandeliers are a favorite of mine too! Thanks for sharing at FNF :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful! I have one that I've been trying to decide what to do with. Thanks for the inspiration! Hugs, KimberlyReplyDelete