… in the literal sense. And in all honesty, we more just moved the light fixture, but you get the point. See, in the renovation of our stairway (there’s an end in sight folks, I promise), I realized I hated how one of the two new light fixtures looked in its current position. Hated it. But you know me, I’m not one to complain. 😉 And because my husband finally agreed with me, or the more likely scenario, got tired of my asking when we/he could move the light, he spent a large portion of his Saturday doing just that. He moved the light fixture – it matches the one already hanging over the landing of the staircase – to the center of the stairs leading up to our bedroom. This spot offers more light to the staircase, and the fixture no longer hangs on it’s side (the part I hated the most).
To patch the hole left from the fixture’s previous spot, Jeff used a small round, white cover plate, followed by wall texture over the plate. But instead of dragging out the large wall texture spray gun, Jeff found this handy can of texture – perfect for little spots that need covering!
This project also required Jeff to do a little rewiring, but since he’s not an electrician by trade, you can imagine his excitement when we tested the light and it turned on – on the first try, I might add! It’s the little things. It probably seems like a relatively small change (Jeff might have a different opinion), but it’s already made a huge difference in the amount of light in the stairway, as well as the overall look and feel of the space.
P.S. you might have noticed a little gallery wall that popped up since you last saw this stairway – lest you worry, I’ll be back soon with all the gory details. 🙂