Monday, June 27, 2011

finials for my cheap lamps

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Sometimes I buy cheap lamps at Home Goods or other establishments because they are in my budget and almost look like what I had in mind but there is just something that needs to be tweaked, ya know. Usually it is as simple as just changing the darn finials to give it a more custom look. For inexpensive finials go here....but beware you have to sift through a few finials that are equal to the ugliest Christmas sweater winner...but worth it because $6.00 for an agate finial isn't too shabby.

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6 comments:

Trissta said...

Oh! What a great idea! I would have never thought to do that with finials. Agate... Purple quarts... citrine... They'd all be amazing on those things!

Much Love,
Trissta
www.livingonthechic.com

Naomi@DesignManifest said...

These are fantastically cute! Now I'm going to be forced to buy myself more lamps ;)

Heather Peterson said...

Thanks for the tip/resource! I'm a Home Goods lamp addict, and sometimes spray the bases and finials to get rid of the (usually) nickel existing finish, but love taking things one step further with finials!

Heather
loveyourspace.blogspot.com

aLena said...

great idea thanks for sharing and please do share some of the lamps you've redone!

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wildlovevintage said...

Love these!