Sunday, July 13, 2008


This Clear Pink lamp base has wonderful air bubbles that caused me to grab it and bring it home. It reminded me of Murano glass. I know it's old but it has all the elements of Modern fixtures found in high-end stores today. Found the perfect beaded shade and now it's ready for it's debut.

These Vintage Hand Blown fixtures were commonly seen in Victorian Homes...but the colors and delicacy of these lamps had so much personality I had to make sure they were used somewhere in my home. When they are lit up they cast such a warm glow....that these little gems could be referred to as forefathers of modern design...think of todays Italian lighting.

These Vintage lamps have been collected thru the years...and as many other finds, something about these, just seemed perfect for my tastes and the home I was building. They weren't purchased at the same time nor did they come with the shades or sometimes the metal hangers..but when the time was right they found just the right spot or room.
The White Lamp sits on top the Faux painted Blue Marble wooden top I matched for the room with a small display of antique celluloid vanity pieces. Not sure of the shade yet...but I had to put it out...I loved the leaf pattern to much not to use it.


Diane@A Picture is Worth.... said...

I just found your blog...I love the hutch in the post below! Have a great day,

KarenHarveyCox said...

Each lighting design is perfect. I have been browsing your blog and it is beautiful. Welcome to Blogland and I look forward to visiting here often. Karen

Lilly said...

Rhondi suggested a visit to your blog. Wonderful pictures. You are very talented. I have enjoyed my visit here. TTFN....Lilly

Nancy said...

I found your blog through Rhondi's. She said you are new at blogging so thought I would pop in and welcome you to blogland. Hope we can start visiting one another often. Your hutch is beautiful and I love the gates you found.

Beverly said...

Great designs.

Welcome to the blogging community.

Rosezilla said...

I just popped in from Rhondi's site to say hello! Love all the beautiful things, like the lamp with the leaves, and the hutch. Also the wrought iron gates, wrought iron always makes me think of Madison, IN where I was born - it is everywhere, on fences and gates and things.

Artistic Chicas said...

Thank you all for taking the time to pay me a visit and leave such nice comments.
I'm really starting to like this Blogging hobby I started. Wasn't sure if people would find what I do or like, interesting enough....but the new friends I'm making is the best part of this journey.
Have a wonderful day.

Michelle said...

Just found you from Rhondi.. love your lamps. Welcome to blogging!


FancyPants-design said...

I love that top lamp!! Gorgeous!! Thanks for finding me :) you have a great blog!!

Penny @ Lavender Hill Studio said...

I came to visit you from Rhondi at Rose Colored Glasses. So nice to meet you! Your lamps are lovely. I am a mosaic artist and lamp remaker. I repurpose old chandeliers and lamps all of the time.

Welcome to blogland and I hope to find time to come visit me...

Maryjane - The Beehive Cottage said...

Hello Denise!

Welcome to blogland! Rhondi sent me over! Wow, you have started off on the right foot with your beautiful blog! Whata treat it will be to visit you often! Your hutch is beautiful and I LOVE your collection of darling purses...something else I need to keep an eye open for!

Have a wonderful week and see ya soon!


Nance said...

hello there,
got here via Rhondi's blog. welcome to blogland ... i will link you to mine so i could visit you more often.


Debbie Kay said...

Love the lamps and love your blog. Thank you for visiting mine and always leaving such a sweet comment. I am adding you to my list of favorites....

Debbie Kay

Marie said...

Great lamps. YOu have fabulous taste!

Donna said...

Hi, I came to visit from Rhondi's blog. Welcome, and it's nice to meet you.
Your blog is beautiful and I love antiques.
I'll be back again!

Lallee said...

I came visiting from Rhondi's. This lamp is beautiful and I love your painting transformations.