In Portland Oregon, you go Rejuvenation lighting for your old house, or you hide your head in shame. Okay, perhaps I’m stretching the truth a wee bit, but Rejuvenation lights are specifically designed to coordinate with old Portland-style homes. So much so, that their light fixtures are all named after different streets and neighborhoods. The only problem is that their locally made products enjoy a hefty price tag that reflect their fantastic quality and how well their employees are treated.
Good for them, too rich for my blood.
I have splurged on a few of their items through the years, but for the most part, it’s been out of our budget. So imagine my delight when I found an awesome Rejuvenation glass shade sitting on a Goodwill shelf marked at the low, low price of $2.99. (Keep in mind that they tend to run around $50.) And for those of you who may wonder how I recognized it, it still sported its original Rejuvenation sticker!
I brought it home and it fit exactly on our porch light, (which was from the Rejuvenation seconds department) and I do believe is looking mighty fine.
But why tell when I can show?
I love finding great deals on items that help my house look its best. I know it’s not the most important issue in the world, but it’s just so much fun to figure out how to get the look I want while hardly spending any money.
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