Saturday, October 13, 2012

Dimmer Days & the Imminent Return of the Countess


Now that the days are getting shorter, natural light in an old Victorian is making itself scarce, so my attention has shifted to interior lighting. The suspended light fixture in the English study was waiting for four matching glass shades. I found a suitable foursome on Ebay at Jimmy's Attic Treasures - Thank you Jimmy (and wife) for your excellent service.


When days grow shorter, I know I'll soon be visited by The Countess Papera Ephemera for a new custom dress order. 

4 comments:

Lottie said...

What a beautiful light fixture!

GinaBVictorian said...

Hi Anyes, Your light fixture is beautiful and I love your ceiling! Gina

Mark D. Ruffner said...

Dear Anyes,

Your light fixture — and the study celing — look great! I really like how you've coordinated all the colors in that room - it reminds me of "the painted ladies" interiors of San Francisco.

I look forward to seeing your next fashion statement for the Countess . . .

The Dusty Victorian said...

Hello Lottie, Gina, Mark,
Thank you so much, yes the ceiling is something all right. Rarely does one look upwards when walking into a room but in this case, everyone who does need a few minutes to take it all in.
Anyes
XX