After blogging incessantly about Moroccan pendants, here and here and here (my those were ugly) and here, I am now the proud owner of a Medina Pendant by Murray Feiss simply because I did blog about it again and again and again.
The Medina sold for a whopping six hun . . . hundre . . . hundred forty five dollars at Horchow (And to think I initially identified the pendant as "definitely West Elm.") making it the only actual item (as opposed to a knock off) in my home from the 'Chow. And it cost me nothing.
My bloggie friend Katie (who also happens to be my friend ITRW) saved this pendant from the street because she knew I would like it because she had seen me go on and on about similar styles. She made her husband search my blog to convince him they should drag it home.
Isn't blogging the best?
Now the next big thing is to figure out where to hang it (not that I have that many options in a 500-square-foot apartment with low ceilings.)
One option is the kitchen.
But I'm sort of leaning toward the living room where patterned light would make more sense.
I'm imaging something a bit like this. (Minus everything but the lamp.)
Thank you, Katie!