Then I had a sort of revelation during a recent weekend trip to Lowe’s with John.
Instead of picking out an entire new fixture, we could try just replacing the globes!
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Exhibit B: Boobish Light Fixtures And, because you have to take the ugly light fixtures (that look like nippleless boobs) down, you might as well put something pretty back up.The plan is to change the paint color, possibly add a chair railing (or something that LOOKS like a chair railing) and add some new art/accessories—and who knows maybe a new bathroom faucet! Not terrible, but could use a little love and a lotta bit of personality: Another big thing to update is the lighting.It’s hard to tell in the photo above, but the two glass and chrome fixtures are a little traditional for our tastes…I’ve been scouring the internet for good deals on replacement light fixtures, but haven’t really found anything that it’s in our price range (which, as always, is cheap and/or cheaper).My second favorite is the other clear glass one with the bubbles in it, but that was John’s least favorite so it’s a no-go.The small frosted one is a bit too small and it’s not as contemporary as I’d like, and the big frosted globe is a little TOO big.