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recommended website/stores for girls' room lighting?

Posted by bloved (My Page) on
Tue, Nov 17, 09 at 15:56

hi there,
sorry i dont have pictures, but we're trying to find a nice chandelier or ceiling fan for my 4 yr old daughter's room. her room is purple (kinda bright like you expect for a girl's room vs a muted purple). we originally had a white ceiling fan (which i may have to go back to if i cant find anything), but i was hoping to find an affordable classic cute girly (but something she could still grow old with as a teen) light that would have to provide enough light to read/play (as that is the main and only center source of light in her room).

i really wouldnt want to spend anything more than $150 (ideally $100, but if it's THAT nice, maybe). any light recommendations or websites i can look at?

THANKS in advance!


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RE: recommended website/stores for girls' room lighting?

We were looking for something similar a few years ago and found a small-ish chandelier at Home Depot for less than $90. I just checked the home depot website and a few others are available too under the Hampton Bay brand. It may not be exactly what you're looking for, but you can always add little crystals from a craft store to it later.

Here is a link that might be useful: Hampton Bay Kristin Chandelier


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RE: recommended website/stores for girls' room lighting?

Hi,

I have one website for you. i have just purchased lighting fixture for my home. It has a lot of collection of lighting fixture. You should also buy from this site. Just visit Direcybuylighting.com and decorate your baby's room.

Here is a link that might be useful: directbuylighting.com


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