Home Updates – Dining Room & Half Bath

Continuing with the first floor, the half bath got new fixtures and we got a new light fixture for the dining room & rug. We wanted the half bath to match the newer decor and it was definitely time to ditch the outdated overly fussy light in the dining room.

Sticking with the palette colors, we switched out the brown light fixtures with a new, sleeker black light to match the foyer. Again, I went to Shades of Light. ImWe purchased the Cross Framed Box Island Chandelier. It also provided more light than the two bulb fixture we had.

Image Credit: Shades of Light

Clean lines without being boring. It’s perfect!! I love Edison bulbs! We use them everywhere.

I ordered the Lola rug from rugs.com. It was on sale for $239 for the 7×10 size. It matched the color palette with creams and gray. Worked perfectly!!

Image Credit: Rugs.com

We did the half bath last so I wanted it done quickly. With that in mind, we headed to Home Depot. We grabbed a Hampton Bay Light and a Pfsiter faucet. The Evangeline 3 Light Modern Farmhouse Vanity light worked well with the decor. I really liked the seeded lamp shades as well. Plus at under $80 it was a steal!!

Image Credit: Home Depot

The Ladera faucet had clean lines and was much better than the two-tone one that was there. In going for a modern farmhouse look, this was a great match. And a core again, because this one was also under $80. We made it out of the store for under $200.

Image Credit: Home Depot

Easy updates to both rooms that changed the whole look. So glad we made these changes after the fresh paint.

Have you updated fixtures before to make drastic changes? Can’t wait to hear from you! Love, TC

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