Tuesday, May 15th, 2007
Our very first Rejuvenation light fixture is now installed! It’s the Three Forks light with polished nickel finish and 5-inch ridged satin shades.
I debated whether to buy a Lowe’s fixture or spring for the fancy (read: pricey) one from Rejuvenation, and it’s clear now that I made the right decision. The light and sink are like sisters separated at birth, and now they are reunited on our wall just like in an episode of Unsolved Mysteries.
So now we can figure out what kind of mirror we want. Hard as I tried, it was impossible to envision how the space between the sink and light would work.
Even with the light there, I couldn’t picture it. So I decided to make faux mirrors for testing purposes from the white Tyvek envelopes I keep on hand to ship international packages.
Surprise, surprise, Darwin likes vertical, and I like horizontal.
But I think what we both like is the mirror taking up the whole space – we just differ on which dimension is more important, width or height.
So I’ve decided the perfect solution is a 21-inch-by-21-inch square mirror that will take up the full space. Now to find such a mirror.