Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Can You Prim a Track Light?

Well let's see!
I know what you are thinking....Why would I want to? Well it all started when I decided to make a change in my kitchen. My Kitchen and dining area is combined, so I have always used a piece of furniture as an island. I took it out, put the leaf back in my table, turned it around so it is a long harvest table...and I liked it!
But my light fixture was no longer over my table...um what to do? Well first I had my husband to take it down cause I kept walking under it and getting pip berries hung in my hair!!! ( it hung from a beam) I thought I would get one of those lights those goes up in the ceiling...well Joey reminded me that beam is solid, the wires come thru a little hole. I did not want him to have to move the wiring. So we went to Lowe's and looked at lighting. I just wanted something for the lighting....I did not want a focal point. I had already decided to make a candle-lire to go over my table. I saw a couple of things I liked 79$-178$ ......I don't think so! So I found one for 29$...it would give me the lighting I need and I could change the look.....right?

So here I go....(I Love spray paint!)









....and then my dear husband put it up for me


Wait I am not done yet....


I would say yes, yes you can prim a track light!
Coming soon....the prim candle-lire!





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Is giving away all this....

14 comments:

  1. Your new light looks great! I love spray paint, too. We got a new vanity light for the bathroom from Lowes, it was kind of Bronzey colored. Well, I got it home & sprayed it flat black with just a little brown showing through. When I get my new shower curtain, I will post pics of my BR on my blog. Thanks for stopping by.

    Pam

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  2. By jove, I think you've got it!
    Looks great!

    Have a great night, Kimberly

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  3. Beth,
    You did a great job turning that track light into a prim light. Love how you hung the baskets and other items around the light. It looks great!!
    Cindy

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  4. Great job on that light. I can't even see it with all the prim goodies up there!

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  5. All I can say is you go girl! I love that rustoleum spray paint...great stuff! You did prim it up just fine!

    Tammy

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  6. great idea! plus a nice display with it..I like it!

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  7. What light?? All I see is a beam with wonderful prim things hanging from it. It looks great!

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  8. Great job on primming the new light. If I hadn't seen the before. I never would guessed it wasn't prim from the start.

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  9. I think your paint job allowed you to be able to hide the light within your baskets and other prim goodies. How genius! Can't want to see your candleir!

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  10. Wow, look at you! It looks awesome:)

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  11. Just the neatest idea, thanks for sharing!
    Rondell

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  12. I just love the ideas I get from you creative ladies. I will have to try that with a lamp I have that needs to be primmed. Love it~~Julie

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  13. Love what you did to the light! It seems I have started spray painting everything lately! It is always a quick way to breathe new life into any piece!
    Good job!

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