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Monday, September 22, 2014

So Much Better

I just couldn't take the yellow glow any more.  Remember how I showed you the bad yellow glow that the gold foil shades created in my dining area - - - 

Yes, they really did make this room look yellow in a really eeerrrrry sort of way.


So much better, don't you think?  No yellow glow.


I loved the look of the black shades, and these with the cream liners work.  I get the look and also get the right kind of light when they are turned on.





 So Much Better!!!!!

Ok, I am really tired of shades for a while, so now on to new projects.
I am thinking Holiday and have a ton up my sleeve, so on to bigger and better.


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32 comments:

  1. Yes it does look so much better. You could always put the other shades back up for halloween since they have that erry golden look. HA! HA! HA!

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  2. Marty, you do such a great job of paying to attention to detail. I think the new shades are better. Now, the whole room looks fantastic! I would like to invite you and your readers to see my photos from Provence and my "French" Autumn wreath on my blog at: simplysantabarbara.blogspot.com

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  3. So much better Marty...I'm so glad you stayed with black shades they look fabulous with your chandelier!!

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  4. Those black shades look great. I don't like yellow glow either.

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  5. Perfect Marty! You are so clever, I wouldn't have imagine, I'm slow that way. I love the black shades, I need to copy this for my foyer shandy. I'm pinning.
    Have a lovely week ahead.
    FABBY

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  6. yes much better and so ewwwwwwwy yellow light..

    I may be odd but certain light colors really upset my tummy,, no kidding.

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  7. Love the chandelier, Marty. Yes, so much better.
    xx,
    Sherry

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  8. I have a firm dislike to yellow light as well Marty. Beautiful choice in shades.

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  9. Yes, these ARE so much better! I love your chandy too!!!

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  10. Oh yes...waaaaay better!! Such a pretty home you have Marty...I love your style!
    XO Barbara

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  11. I like the black shades. I think they look really classy. Blessings, Catherine

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  12. Yes,much better. Clear and bright.

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  13. I love the new look, Marty -- much better and brighter! Thanks for sharing at Snickerdoodle Sunday! :)

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  14. You were so right in making the switch Marty, it looks great!

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  15. It's amazing how shades can change the light. It's perfect now.

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  16. Well, I learned something new today, Marty! I had never heard of chandy shade inserts. And yes....it does look so much brighter now! Thanks for the great tip!

    xoxo laurie

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  17. It is amazing what a difference new shades make! I am having a difficult time finding shades to fit our dining room light. Yours look great!

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  18. Oh I love the new shades!! And that yellow glow would bug me too. I'm loving black shades lately :)

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  19. A great change indeed! I love how the black shades look on your beautiful chandelier ... adds such an elegant feel!

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  20. I love the new ivory-lined black shades. They keep the overall look, but solved your yellow glare problem very nicely.

    Judith

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  21. Very pretty and much, much better! Isn't it funny the things we tend to obsess about?

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  22. The black is beautiful. My shades are deep red and I love them. Now..well..now I'm thinking buying set of black ones! :)

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