It feels a like a modern disco in the boy’s room thanks to the new wood veneer pendant. How about some Shadow Dancing to get you in the mood for the shadow casting? Everyone needs a little disco, no? Back to the light.
First, Ben removed the ugly ceiling fan.
I don’t know if IKEA had this in mind when designing the Lack side table, but it worked.
Ben is a trained
professional DIYer operating on a closed circuit. Do not try this at home. With the fan out-of-the-way, Ben installed the new, disco-esque light.
Such a fun element for the room.
Finally, it started getting dark. Get ready for some shadow casting.
Fun, right? It’s even more fun when completely dark.
Aside from the shadows casted on the ceiling and wall, the light itself looks cool, too.
The overlapped areas are darker. I love the light, especially for the $10.00 it cost after factoring the otherwise wasted veneer.
P.S. Ben worried about lighting the house on fire when we turned on the light, so we used a 25 watt bulb. Surprisingly, it’s plenty of light. Very similar to the amount of light from the guest fixture, which has a 40 watt CFL bulb.