Updating brass lamps
The Restoration Hardware trend is so popular these days!If you search the web or check out Pinterest you can find hundreds of inspiration photos and tutorials that will help you achieve that weathered, dry brushed technique.Here are all my lovely blogger friends who are participating this month.Kimm @ Reinvented | Denise @ My Thrifty House | Suzanne @ Shop At Blu Sam @ Raggedy Bits | Toni @ Small Home Soul | Susanne @ Pearl Street Designs Ann @ Duct Tape and Denim | Anika @ Anika’s DIY Life | Janice @ Sawdust Sisters Kim @ Farmhouse Made | Sarah @ 1915House | Lisa @ The Purple Hydrangea Be sure to check out all their great under projects in the links at the bottom.Please Check Back Here Often for Updates and News about Grand Brass Lamp Parts, Llc. Are you shaking your head in disbelief at the title?
I gathered a bunch of stuff that was interesting and negotiated for my haul. Included in the haul was this very grungy lamp that was missing a globe.Or are you like me, with old brass chandeliers and brass fixtures from 1985 in your house, making you unintentionally back in style? Robinson Company, brass is much more understated and luxurious than it used to be.If you wait long enough, everything comes back in style, and that statement really rings true with brass these days. Instead of appearing common, it is an element of the overall design of a room that shows just a hint of luxury.I used a scotch brite pad to remove any grime and residue.I primed the lamps with Zinzer’s Bin Shellac primer which works on pretty much all surfaces.