Now for some pretty (and free) therapy. This is an old lighting fixture someone tossed in the alley. Being me, I scooped it up. I think it would be lovely with some tea lights (carefully monitored, with all branches trimmed far back away) over one of our outdoor tables when I have friends over. So would you paint it or leave it the natural dark grey? I have some vintage chandelier crystals I can hang from it if I feel inspired.
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- drethecajun said: That’s beautiful….perfect idea. I think I’d leave it that color.
- onlyonemee said: Oooh!!! pretty! I’d leave it- because it sort of blends in with the tree. (at least from this vantage point!)
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- laurenrunsfurther said: oh, i like it a lot!
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- str8nochaser said: Paint it cream to contrast with the branches
- mysevenkids said: I’d leave it but crystals, yes!
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- tweetface said: I LOVE IT!!! And i would use flameless candles from the dollar store in it.
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