I bought two of these lamps at the local Goodwill for $5.00 a piece. Gorgeous isn't it? Tip: When you're looking for lamps either around your home, or even at the thrift store, look at the shape of them. That's what mostly attracted me to these lamps.
After you have the lamp, select the color spray paint that works best for you. We decided that we were going to put our lamps in our daughter's nursery. We have a bright pink picture of Audry Hepburn above her crib, so we thought the lamp could be a great way to tie the pink into the room.
1. We took off the lamp shades, unscrewed the bulbs, and cleaned the lamp (in case there was any left over dirt or dust on them).
3. Allow time to dry. Spray paint dries quickly but, you will want to let your lamp rest for about 15-20 minutes before you pick it up again.
4. Put the lamp back together and admire the finished project.