Inglewood Craftsman Home

Restoring our 1906 home in Inglewood CA on a budget

Laundry Room Light Fixture

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I found this great mission-style light at one of the local online auctions I love to shop. It’s actually an outdoor light, and we might put it somewhere outdoors eventually (maybe the front porch?), but it seemed to fit nicely in the laundry room. We’d originally replaced the generic dome fixture with an Ikea direction-facing 3-bulb one, and added a dimmer so that our houseguests could navigate to the bathroom easily at night without running up huge electricity bills. The laundry room has always looked like an afterthought to me, though, so every little detail has helped in making it fit the rest of the house. The stained glass window, the new back door, the original stripped copper hardware, and the salvaged bathroom door have all made a difference- and now the light fixture fits, too!




Before- Ikea fixture




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