Looking for new ways to add unique items to your home’s decor? Peek into your local thrift or antique malls in search of vintage lamps. There’s a certain charm that comes with an old piece, isn’t it? You’re really lucky if you find a pair!
Keep in mind that vintage lamps should be rewired by a professional or if you prefer to DIY-it, stop into your home improvement store for a lamp kit and replace the wiring yourself.
I stumbled upon these lamps from a swell little boutique in New Orleans, Lum Vintage Lighting + Accessories.
These pieces are on the high-end side of the cost spectrum and are great for inspiration. I’ve marked my favorites with hearts. I know, it’s so “8th grade,” but I couldn’t help myself.
And since I’ve got you hopping around the web, stop over to read my latest ideabook at houzz.com entitled Vintage Lighting Shines for more ways to express your personal style using vintage lighting.
Which of these beauties is your favorite? Have you used vintage lighting in your home?