Does anyone use the word "dorky" anymore? I just can't think of a better descriptor. I've had a couple other discussions going on pavers, wood flooring, painting brick, etc. But now I'm really bugged by the light fixtures I have previously ignored because they seemed to be the least of my decorating worries. . .
What should I put up in my newly-created pantry (not organized yet--don't judge, people)? The single light bulb is not pretty, but it is bright.
Also, there are two other light fixtures that seem to make no sense in my house (the whole house has very little light--why did the previous owners who built the house not install lighting?--weird).
The one next to the arch had a mirror underneath it. The thing that is weird is it seems like maybe there should be 2 lights--one on either side of the archway. I can picture something wrought iron. . .
Can you use outdoor lighting for indoor purposes?
The other light is a puny one up on a huge wall very high up. I really need to get a chandelier to hang down over the table (not in the kitchen because the floor is being installed). Would that look weird to have such a long chain suspended to bring the chandelier to the right height? Also, should I have the high-up light removed so that I can put up a tapestry or some cool art on that high wall? It seems like a blank canvas to me.
Thanks for your input. You all have such great ideas.