It looks great! Wow, that was one wild and crazy lamp. It looks very pretty painted creamy white.
Looks great! I agree, the paint job did wonders for the lamp. Now it's much more your style.
Just like a breath of fresh air. It turned out beautiful.
It looks lovely, Deb!
Your hallway looks so fresh and bright now. The paint on the lamp really softened it and made the details of the lady more subtle but interesting.
Very nice...the lamp sure does look much better.... Its a keeper now!
Hey Deb! what a difference! The hallway looks great, so light and fresh. Well done.
Great transformation!I'd love you to join the Simple Pleasures series some Thursday.
What a beautiful makeover.Anne
Everything's looking wonderful in white.
Love it, you can make over my hall anytime.
I love your make over posts. They are always so inspiring. In fact, I have a post scheduled for Aug 17th referring to your picnic table make over. Thanks for all of the ideas.
Wonderful job! The lamp is improved a million times!Love what you've done :)
Absolutely great, Deb...that lamp makeover especially!!! JP...:)
It looks great.Warm wishes, Tonya
Love what you did in your 'new' entryway! Amazing what some paint can do.~Adrienne~
The lamp become beautiful and absolut a keeper!!
The way your lamp turned out, well,it is now perfect for your new hallway. Really like the painted floors!
Hi Deb, your ''new'' hallway looks great, what a difference a coat of paint makes, especially on the lamp, it ransformed it! Well done! Claire.
The lamp is much more atractive cream. Great decision. Love it! Jean
So bright and calming at the same time! Very pretty!
Wow - what a little paint can do! The lamp went from gaudy to classy! Looks very fresh!
Makeover looks lovely. My parents had two matching male figurine lamps similar your grandmothers. Just black and cream though not as colourful as yours. They saw them in a store window and bought them on layaway when they were married in 1948. They were stylish back then.
I'm trying to gather the courage to paint a piece of furniture that I can't stand the way it is right now. It's one of those shiny maple hutch thingies with glass doors and gold knobs. Send me courage. I want to take the doors off to show off my beautiful books and change the gold hardware.
Love the new look on the lamp!
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What a lovely transformation. This is my first visit here, but it will not be my last. I really like what you do here and will be back often. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary
What a transformation! Very pretty.
Everything looks so bright and fresh! I was contemplating painting the floor in my craft room and you may have convinced me to do it!
Terrific fixes!Enjoyed browsing your blog today. You've been busy preserving.Jody
I love all of it! Paint can do wonders!
Beautiful!! I wish I had a hallway big enough for such loveliness.... you made me recall, that we don't really even have one true hallway in our small cottage of a house, :o)
I must say the lamp looks much more like a lady now and less like a floozy. LOL
Wow, that's a great transformation! And wow, what a lamp! I'm surprised at how great it turned out. I love the whole look of your hallway... simple, clean.
Thank you for taking time to leave a comment--I love reading each and every one! I will try to answer any questions you have in the comment section. Due to the amount of spam, I am sadly no longer able to accept Anonymous comments....Kindly, Deb