I have a tiny little upgrade to share with you today: my kitchen light fixture. Here it is before (sorry for the quality of some of the pictures).
I really did not like this light fixture: it's too dated and just not attractive. But I also did not want to replace the entire thing because I'm only renting the place. So I looked under the shade and realized a simple swap of the shade would be a quick easy fix. Yay. Love that. I headed to IKEA and found the Rogsta wicker shade for just about $10 (I can't find it on their website - bummer).
I loved the texture of the shade as well as the color: it's a bleached natural color - not quite white but not quite natural. Very beachy, which you know I love. I think it will look great in the kitchen once I get around to painting the chairs white and adding upholstery to the seats. Even now, without those upgrades, it makes a huge difference in the kitchen. See?
What do you think? Have you guys done any recent minor tweaks that make a major impact? Please share!
See you swoon,