Wish you were here - I'll be having so much fun...........
They seemed like a good idea when I bought them...............
(all THREE of them )
CHANDELIERS..........................( and I probably will )
Just stick some anthrax in an envelope and send it to me as soon as possible.......
I'll need a subtle reminder or it'll be lights out.
Have a good one all :)
Good luck with those! hahaReplyDelete
Hmmmm...One of those things that sounded so good in your head but the reality was totally different?! It's like all the glass shade pendant lights hanging in my kitchen. I love how they look but they get dirty so fast and what a pain in the patoot to clean! How DO you clean your chandeliers? I see the tiny lights that hang down within the glass thingies. Windex and wipe each bauble? From atop a ladder? With Windex dripping below? Nice. :)ReplyDelete
OHMYLORD... That's the type of piece that brings on a nervous breakdown :) As long as you don't have to clean it, it's very pretty.ReplyDelete
I hope the crystals unhook so you can take them down to clean. Since my shoulder froze, we have been changing our light fixtures to pendants for easy lightbulb changing in our aged years! It is not something you think about when you are young and supple.ReplyDelete
So where's Daisy from Downton Abbey when you need her! lolReplyDelete
But they're SO PRETTY!!!!!ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh they are gorgeous! But what a cleaning nightmare!!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! But I understand what you're saying. I have been shopping for a chandelier for our dining room these last month and have decided it needs to be a wood/iron simple one that a feather duster can easily roll over. If not it will have cobwebs hanging across it, making our place look like a hunted house, if I have to do any hard cleaning on a ladder, lol.ReplyDelete
Ummm...beautiful BUT they do get dirty. I have to get the one in my bathroom cleaned- I need a TALL ladder...UGH! Hope you have a good day-and that YOUR lights don't go out (in Canada-as opposed to Georgia) and now I will have that song running thru my head all day- xoxoDianaReplyDelete
We have to clean the one over our dining room table all of the time too. Very tedious work. Have fun. ;)ReplyDelete
What a job...be careful that you don't trip over your gown.ReplyDelete
I would tell you to have fun but that is a job....it is one of those sharp stick in the eye, clean the chandelier??? LOL!!ReplyDelete
Well a girls gotta work for her sparkle you know!!! They're gorgeous and they look worth it.ReplyDelete
The photos are pretty. Chandeliers have become expensive.ReplyDelete
These are gorgeous!! But I don't envy you :) I once helped to clean a 5-foot long amazing crystal chandelier. It took 30 of us 3.5 hours...Since then I have a whole different appreciation to crystal chandeliers :)ReplyDelete
Hustling out to buy the anthrax now! (Where does one procure it, I wonder???)ReplyDelete
Those chandeliers are GORGEOUS. I know they are a lot of work, and you are probably muttering under your breath, but wow. I bet you love 'em.
Good to see you!
Oh they're gorgeous...but I wouldn't want to clean them!ReplyDelete
STill Beautiful....regardless of the work! First time visiting your blog...I know I'm gonna love it! I am your newest follower....Blessings~~~RoxieReplyDelete
So pretty and I'll bet they really sparkle!ReplyDelete
Be careful not to trip from the ladder, you could crack a rib!!! From here, your lamps look fantastic!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous chandeliers, but yes, they do need to be cleaned. One of my least favorite chores. Be careful.ReplyDelete
They really are pretty. I think Mom used to wrap a garbage bag around hers and spray them with Windex. You should invest in one of those little steamers. You could just hose her down with some steam.ReplyDelete
Lots of work, but it is beautiful!ReplyDelete
Thanks Lynn - they are a lot of work though - will never get this particular kind again ( the pendants do NOT come off )Delete