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Wednesday, March 11, 2015

I Trimmed The Chandy Shades - You Knew I Would

OK, I really, really think I am through fussing with this room and the chandy.  I have tons of other projects to get to, but I just couldn't resist trimming the chandy shades.  I lived with them plain for a while and that looked really nice, then I pinned some trim on one and lived with that for a while.  Of course the trim won out.


I loved all of your suggestions about pattern and especially using leopard, but I decided that subtle was the best for now.


 I love Greek Key trim and this is my favorite color.  It adds some "umph" without screaming at you.


 I am so pleased with the Breakfast area now.  Simple and classic.

Here they are plain.  They are pretty this way - -

and pretty with the trim.  Either is fine, but this looks a little more finished.

Remember the before.  I am so thrilled with the after.


 The new shades and trim definitely give the chandy an upgrade that it needed and gives the room a much more updated feel.

Ok, now I promise I won't show this room again for a while.

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22 comments:

  1. The chandy and shades look wonderfu--perfect touch of trim for your room...

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  2. Like you, I think the shades Are nice plain, but I do love The trim!
    Sheila

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  3. Loooove the chandy shades. They are so pretty and add some personality to the plain shades without being overwhelming. Great choice. Have a fun trip. Safe travels my friend.
    Kris

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  4. I love the shape of those shades! The trim on them really finishes them beautifully. Did you glue it on? It looks fabulous! Have fun whereever you are going!

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  5. The shades look great with the trim, Marty! Is that the Greek key trim you used on the lamp shade? Have fun on your trip!

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  6. I love the shades with the trim! It's a great, classic touch. Enjoy your trip!

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  7. Very cute! I love how you put the trim at the top instead of the bottom. Great idea for a bit of a different look!

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  8. I love plain, so I think it's gorgeous! Such a beautiful area of your perfect house.
    Have a great week!

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  9. Looks great, Marty. I really like the Greek key trim. xo

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  10. You did a fantastic job trimming the shades. They really pop now. Your dinette area is absolutely gorgeous!

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  11. Love it Marty...I so love the Greek Key pattern!

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  12. Marty, I tried to post earlier and it didn't seem to take. If this is a duplicate please delete. There seems to be a problem when posting with openID
    Your new decor is wonderful and the trim on the lampshades is just frosting on the cake. I love the Greek key trim and have been looking for some for my draperies. Would mind sharing where you found it?

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    1. I found mine at JoAnn's fabric. I love this color and I love Greek Key. There are some great sources online too.

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  13. It looks really beautiful Marty, glad you did it!

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  14. I just love the look Marty, and like you, I think the Greek key trim gives it a wonderful finished look. Great job!

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  15. So very special.....I am painting mine tomorrow!
    JP

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  16. How beautiful! I love everything!

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  17. Thank you so much for sharing on Something to Tlak About! I look forward to what you have for this week!
    Karen

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  18. This room is so darling! I love everything you've done and now the chandy just completes it.
    Beautiful, Marty... very beautiful.

    ~Robin

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