It Came!

It finally came! My new chandelier!

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Is it simply gorge?!?

Of course it was suppose to be in back in October, but just like everything I choose, it ended up on back order.

But the fact it arrived today made it more like Christmas for me! Tasty, tasty Christmas.

Here’s me caressing it:

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Now the next battle will be hiring an electrician and getting it installed.

Ooooo, I can’t wait! Squeeeee times ten!!

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12 Responses to It Came!

  1. Very steampunk. I like.

  2. rg says:

    Lovely. Now get Kyle over there to hold it up while you install it and save yourself $70! It’s not that difficult – white wire with white wire, black wire with black, attach the ground wire and you’re good to go!

    • cb says:

      Oh RG… RG…. dear, sweet, simple RG. If only it were that easy.

      No, the junction box in the ceiling for the existing light fixture is not in the correct location, so the box has to be moved. And attached to the cement ceiling. and THEN the wiring has to be done. All 14 feet in the air.

      This is why I’m having it done. I aint’ no Cirque du Soleil act!

  3. anne marie in philly says:

    interesting design! can’t wait to see it hung (see what I did there?)!

  4. DiatribesAndOvations.com says:

    Dude, that’s frickin’ awesome!

  5. Sean says:

    I bet you did too!

    A real conversation piece. You have good taste, at least that’s what I’ve heard.

  6. truthspew says:

    You really don’t need an electrician. Almost every electrical fixture like that has standard mounting hardware and it’s not hard to wire up. In fact it’s color coded, white to white, black to black.

    Twist the bare ends of wire together and slip the wire nut over it, or tape it. Either way it’s enough.

    Do turn the power off to that room before you start. And always helps to have a cheapie currrent/voltage detector. It lights up a neon light if there’s voltage on the line. Good way to prevent a nasty shock.

    And nice fixture btw. It has a nautical appeal to it, all those little portholes.

    • Cb says:

      I would– if it were that easy. The ceiling junction box needs to me moved several feet, and attached to the concrete ceiling 14 feet up.

      Which is why I need the electrician.

  7. Rick/CJ says:

    That looks awesome CB. Can’t wait to see it hung.

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