Last December, I spied a beautiful small Chandelier and immediately thought it would be perfect for my Bathroom Renovation. But it was not cheap…so I let it go. Fast forward 3 months and I happened to be passing by the same store and was there she was, calling to me from her lonely place on the ceiling…
“Why did you leave me? Come back. You know you will never find anyone who you love more!”…
….of course I went in…and it so happened that everything was 20% off that day…and the little chandelier went home with me.
I noticed when I began to pull the pieces of the room together that my beautiful chandelier, lets just call her “Beauty” did not come with a ceiling plate and the chain was about 4 links long.
I started looking around at what I had…and contemplated using the cap that came with the old Dining Room Chandelier…
…and I bought some chain at LOWES…. But, when I did a dry run…the cap made Beauty hang too long….back to square one…or maybe three?
and I bought one of these things at LOWES…This in no way matched Beauty elegance…and I contemplated spraying it gold when I stumbled upon this Molten Metallic Paint from Benjamin Moore (seriously WHEN are they going to call me…I would be the best spokeswoman for them!!!)
If you get this paint, and you have kids…THEY will love this!
Paint it on…
in just 15 seconds it has changed…
I painted the ceiling cap and last week , “Beauty” found her new forever home in the Master Bathroom
The above photo is a sneak peek at the almost finished Master Bathroom…I have now taken two showers in my new shower and I have to say…it rocks! One shower for a family of 5 which includes 2 teens and a tween…does not a peaceful home make!
Have a Great Weekend!!! Spring is Here!
5 thoughts on “Benjamin Moore Molten Metallics and DRESSING UP THE GOLD CEILING PLATE”
She really is a beauty! Making note of the molten paint.
Going to have to try that paint for sure!
Well, what a beauty she is! I love that little chandy!!!! Smart lady the paints rocks! I love your finds!
What a great chandelier – just love the transformation. I’ve never heard of the molten paint…can’t wait to try!!
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