Instead of using my white glaze over the original finish, like I did with the previous one, I gave it a grey base coat first.
I was in such a hurry to get at it, that this is the only before I have.
I'll be back with that old world finish I mentioned before.
So beautiful! Love the details in the chandy.ReplyDelete
What a find. Sandy xReplyDelete
OMG! I adore that chandelier! I have several in my home. They are truly the jewelry of the room, aren't they? All your pics are wonderful!ReplyDelete
I love when you're so excited about a project that you get halfway through before realizing you don't have a before pic. Very nice. :)ReplyDelete
New follower here. Love, love, love the chandie remake. Gorgeous!ReplyDelete
It came out sooo beautiful:) I picked up one too this weekend and have to redo it. Hope it comes out half as pretty as yours.ReplyDelete
Capers of the vintage vixens
Perfection. I so wish you could come and transform my chandie in my dining room. It's bright brass and very traditional...but it was a gift from my parents and has great sentimental value. I thought about painting it ORB or cream but haven't done a thing yet. You are great inspiration though!ReplyDelete
It's gorgeous. What a beautiful transformation.ReplyDelete
Wow, you did a fabulous job on that chandy! I would love one but right now we rent...someday though:)ReplyDelete
I love myself a gorgeous chandelier, I am way to lazy though and always spray them, of course I don't get that old world look! Girlfriend, where do you sell all of this, I don't think you have ever mentioned a store? I think you have mentioned selling at an antique fair?ReplyDelete
What a beautiful chandelier! I love the ones with the layers of paint with all the pretty crystals. Thanks for sharing this one with us!ReplyDelete
Another beautiful redo, I want to garage sales with you! Thanks for sharing, LauraReplyDelete
Okay. I'm confused, stupid or something.... You talked about adding "strings." Where are they??? Am I missing seeing something?? It's beautiful, btw. lolReplyDelete
Beautiful Rosemary. I like the idea of the grey base beneath the white base coat. So pretty!ReplyDelete
Hi rosemary, this is a gorgeous chandelier, love the color and those crystals!ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful day!
I can never find these great chandeliers! It looks awesome now! I love it!ReplyDelete
You've done it again! Just as fabulous as the last. Great job.ReplyDelete
oh my gosh Rosemary,ReplyDelete
this chandelier is so beautiful...
and it's even prettier paired up with the little side table!!...
love the chair it's sitting on too..
It looks great, love the bling and looks like hints of gold. So pretty!ReplyDelete
Simply swoonworthy.....as always, Rosemary! :)ReplyDelete
Absolutely beautiful! Thanks for sharing. We would all like to have one so beautiful!!ReplyDelete
Turned out great!ReplyDelete
beautiful! i have one very much like this-love it:)ReplyDelete
Rosemary, this is stunning!! LOVE IT!!ReplyDelete
Lou Cinda :)
Oh my gosh...you did such a great job! So beautiful...my chandelier is now hiding because I'm after it with paint. :-)ReplyDelete
Hi Rosemary love the chandelier but what I really like is the chair it's sitting on just beautiful.ReplyDelete
How beautiful! I think this one is my favorite.ReplyDelete
I am crazy for chandy's and your is so beautiful.ReplyDelete
Ok, I love the chandy and all BUT wowzadoodle! Your photographs are fantastic! I'll trade you my Panasonic point and shoot for whatever you are using!ReplyDelete
Kerry at housetalkn.blogspot.com
What a perfect home jewel that chandy was turned into... stunning!ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous chandelier!!ReplyDelete
I love this one too Rosemary! I love the strings you added..it looks fab!ReplyDelete
You are so talented-beautiful job!ReplyDelete
Rosemary, You always find the best things! Love the chandy and the new finish. Thanks for linking to the Open House party and I do appreciate your support of my blog and party. Have a great week.ReplyDelete