I went out for sushi (my most favorite food in the entire world ~shameless plug~ if you ever want to do something for me take me out for sushi) with my sweet friend recently and she told me she needed a large chandelier for her upcoming outdoor wedding.
I’ve had this brass chandelier hanging in the barn for quite some time. I didn’t really have any plans for it but knew I could do something with it so when I got home after our delicious lunch I called her immediately and said “gurl” I got this!
Her wedding color was turquoise so I knew that Annie Sloan Provence would be the perfect fit.
I used my Zebra brush for this transformation. It’s a small square brush and my go to for this type of “skinny” surface.
I gave the entire fixture two coats, three in some places, of paint. I wasn’t super careful with my brush strokes like I would be on furniture as I wanted it to have an aged look.
I love the way this turned out. It is completely transformed. She ended up hanging it in the barn loft that was the backdrop for her wedding.
This is a great way to transform your dated fixtures without having to spend lots of money and hire an electrician. Don’t be afraid to try something new and out of the ordinary.
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