Wednesday, September 1, 2010

How I $pent My Summer Vacation

About a week ago, my dear hubby decreed that since I we hadn't gone anywhere this summer he would buy me some light fixtures for the dining room.  There are wall sconces on either side of the fireplace that I have tried to keep out of any photos I've shown of the dining room because they are ugly.  Seriously.  So in keeping with the age of the house- 208 years, but who's counting he we decided on these fixtures:



Since electricity hadn't yet been invented when the house was built, he we thought these lights would do very well.


I love them so much.


Please ignore the clutter on the left side of the wall.  Those pictures magically appeared one day.

Thank you so much Dear Man, it was a wonderful vacation.

8 comments:

Make mine Mid-Century said...

They look wonderful. I like all the decisions the Husband is making!

Everything is so balanced and orderly ... that's very satisfying. Not to mention, sympathetic to the house.

Fabulous interior decoration job!

An Urban Cottage said...

Perfect. I approve.

Becky said...

Your vacation looks great! 208 yrs old. Wow! That is amazing. I'd love to live in a house like that. What an amazing legacy. Imagine the families ... if only those walls could talk :)

Leslie said...

wow, beautiful.
I love old houses.

Linda said...

Wow, 208 years! I love the ceiling beams and the sconces look wonderful!

Deb said...

Great light fixtures and I love the rest of your room too, especially the ceiling!!!

thedomesticfringe said...

Your lights look fantastic! I also love the exposed beams on the ceiling. Love that look.
-FringeGirl

Janice said...

The lights are fabulous. A good idea by your husband.