Monday, March 7, 2016

French Chandeliers

I have a thing for French Chandeliers. They make my heart go pitter pat. Thru the years I have slowly been adding some French inspired chandeliers to spaces in our home.
Dining Room-French Chandelier-From My Front Porch To Yours

Our dining room chandelier is the one that started it all. I love the finish on it and of course the bling that I added. 
Kitchen Chandelier- Sink Chandelier-French Farmhouse-French Chandelier-From My Front Porch To Yours
I wanted to bring the same feel to our kitchen lighting so not too long ago I made over the mini chandelier in our kitchen that hangs over our sink. 
Farmhouse Chandelier-From My Front Porch To Yours
I then decided that the breakfast nook chandelier needed changing up as well. I opted to not make this one over again. It originally was gold. I decided to shop around for a new breakfast nook chandelier. This one though is being hoarded in our attic!;)
French Farmhouse- Breakfast Nook-French Chandelier-From My Front Porch To Yours
In comes our new French inspired breakfast nook chandelier.
Farmhouse-French Farmhouse-Breakfast Nook-French Chandelier-From My Front Porch To Yours
It has the exact same finish as our dining room chandelier. I just love the toppers on the crystal droplets.
French Farmhouse-Breakfast Nook-French Chandelier-From My Front Porch To Yours
I of course can not ever leave a chandelier alone. I added my own special touch with vintage lamp parts around each candelabra. I love these things. I had just enough for all three of the chandeliers. 
French Famrhouse-Breakfast Nook- Cage Chandleier-French Chandelier-From My Front Porch To Yours
I really love how the chandelier feels in the space. Speaking of which the chandelier is only part 2 of the changes that happened in this space. If you all remember it all started back in the fall when I brought home a vintage pie safe. Stay tuned for the new farmhouse table!
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  1. Pamela, I really think that chandeliers transform spaces. I love the one over your kitchen table especially.

  2. These are all gorgeous, Pamela! I can't even pick a favorite. I love a chandy in an unexpected a kitchen. My guy doesn't. I have one in our den and he still thinks it's wrong, wrong, wrong! :(


    1. That is funny Jane!:) Mine gave up the fight a long time ago. I even have one in our laundry room. If I could live without a ceiling fan I would put one in our master bedroom. Thank you for always visiting and commenting my friend!

  3. Love it! I want to put one in my bedroom but like you not sure if we would miss the ceiling fan even though we never use it. I have two brass chandys in the attic that sure could use a makeover. I really like the new round one you have in the breakfast nook and that one in the first picture. Both are very nice!

  4. They look sooo good Pamela!! Especially love the first one; it's very similar to my dining room chandelier:)


  5. Part 2 is looking good, so lets see that pie safe.

  6. Your chandeliers are lovely, Pamela. You can never have too my opinion. :-)
    Mary Alice

  7. Pamela your new chandelier is justfabulouss. I too love a good French chandy. I would love for you to share this gem of a post on Thoughts of Home on Thursday.

  8. I love chandeliers too...and the new breakfast nook one is darling....where did you get it?? Did it come with the crystals? Very nice touch....

  9. All of your chandeliers are gorgeous! We have just bought some land and will be in the process of building soon, and I plan to have LOTS of pretty ones around!


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