Long ago I searched for a beautiful lantern for our main hall foyer...what I found out was that these kind of large lantern lights are really pricey...like $300-$500 plus tax...ouch. So I came up with a great solution, I made these lanterns myself out of a couple of terariums I found at Homesense...and they worked for nearly three years, I mean they still work its just they didn't make me happy anymore.
I always kept looking for a beautiful affordable option...and I finally found one at Home Depot, this light was $222.00 although not a inexpensive especially since I needed 2 a totally fair price and the lowest I have seen for this size and style of light. It is called Milford by Livex lighting in case you're wondering.
WHAT!!!! oh yes Home Depot discontinued this light on December 23rd....WHYYYYY???
So then I was on the search to find another one....I found it, like I said Livex Lighting makes it and after figuring out it was called Milford and luckily I found it online in a lot of places, livex is a whole seller I guess so I couldn't get it from them. It turns out Home Depot had the best price for this light because I did find the same one but for up to $400 plus...so I went for a smaller version which was sadly more money than the larger one my hubby bought...then I slept on it and changed my mind and cancelled it, I wanted two of the same or so I thought. The second light is in a tight spot and I reconsidered and ordered a flush fixture from the same line and I believe it will work better...let's hope I'm right.
So finally after a long wait I recieved the glass and it was perfect and beautiful & I was very eager to get it installed right away.
Of course I used this handy tool which is just for opening and closing links of chain a must have tool found at tool stores. You can thank me later, it will save you so much time and struggles and damage when dealing with chains.
I hope you had a great holiday season and enjoyed time with family and friends.
Cheers to a New Year thanks for stopping by...