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Please help pull the look together: finalize sconces/chandelier

Posted by huango (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 21, 12 at 11:50

Please help pull the look together: finalize sconces/chandelier (lots pix)

How do I choose what style is my kitchen and keeping room?

My 1976 colonial has a center brick fireplace. Kitchen and keeping room are dark.

***GOAL*** is to lighten them up, utilizing all my new light from the wall of windows, and to modernize it a bit (maybe add a little bling)!!!

Pix 9 and 10 are the lighting choices.
OR what do you suggest?

My cabinets and nickel drawer pulls:

My 42" antique copper hood:

It's been 1 week and it feels like Christmas for me (been waiting 5 long years for this)!

Thank you so very much.

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RE: Please help pull the look together: finalize sconces/chandeli

I like the first sconce shown, seems to match the already bought pendant best. I really like your choices so far and look forward to seeing it all completed. HTH, Petra

RE: Please help pull the look together: finalize sconces/chandeli

Petra: thank you so very much.
Really appreciate those reassuring words on my choices.

Unless it has a number or an equation, I'm pretty hopeless when it comes to design/decorating. So I am always questioning my decision.

My pendant is shaped like this.
So would I still get the top sconce, vs. the bottom sconce?

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