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Monday, March 12, 2012

Design Dilemma

I need your help selecting the lamps for our bedside tables in our master bedroom.  I bought some that I loved in the store (not telling which ones) but once I got them home, Wes wasn't so sure.  In an effort to be a good wife and respect his design choices, I looked for another option.  I found a similar style, similar color, just a different base.  I think we both have our winners but I wanted to gather your opinion.  Which do you prefer?

the glass base?




or




the ceramic base?

13 comments:

  1. I think I like the glass base. And I love the deep chocolate walls. So warm and cozy!

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  2. I like them both. I think the glass lamp is a bit more original, but I like the extra color of the ceramic one. Good luck! :-)

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  3. Hmmm... seem to like the glass one just a bit more ~ both are fab though!

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  4. I really like the ceramic one

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  5. I really do like both of them, but the glass an itsy bit more.

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  6. I prefer the glass base since the lamp is taller. I notice such things because I read in bed a lot. Both are pretty, though.

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  7. For some reason the glass base stands out to me more ... I like it's height and general shape, but I really don't think you can go wrong with either. I'm excited to hear which one wins and which one you and Wes liked more before taking the poll : )

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  8. I like them both, but the glass one is my favorite.

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  9. I like them both, but the glass one is my favorite.

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  10. I like both. I initially chose the glass base, but after looking again, I like the ceramic, especially if most colors in the room are white, brown, khaki, the ceramic really gives the room a "pop" ....but I can't see the rest of the room to know if a "pop" is needed... which I'm sure it's not. :) So...... glass it is. ha!

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  11. I like the blue base--because I have the same lamps (I think). Did you get them at Lowe's? Honestly, the two of them do "go together" so you could always have one of each. I know, I know--if you're like me this would drive you freaking batty.

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