Brass Sconces from the Flea Market

Brass Sconces from the Flea Market

Brass-Sconces Hallway-Sconces
Brass-Sconce

I found these great brass candle sconces with magnifying glasses yesterday at the flea market. Don’t they look like old vent covers? They are so cool. I’d love the flank them around a painting, but I don’t really have a spot for that arrangement in the apartment, so I just put them around the Syrocco mirror. The painting below is also a flea market find!


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  1. […] room in our apartment that I haven’t blogged about yet. I’ve even blogged about the hallway! When we moved in, it was pretty plain and boring. We didn’t even have a bed! We did paint […]

  2. […] room in our apartment that I haven’t blogged about yet. I’ve even blogged about the hallway! When we moved in, it was pretty plain and boring. We didn’t even have a bed! We did paint […]

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