Christmas Houses turned Girly Night Lights
Today’s post is a a simple trash-to-treasure thrift upcycle. When I spotted these old Party Lite ceramic houses at the thrift store, I saw potential and snapped them up. But now, I’m second guessing my plan and need your crafty/decor advice!
You see, my daughter has been requesting we leave lights on at night. I wanted to find a night light that was cute and dim enough for night light status, yet bright enough that she would feel secure at night. I decided that these charming houses, along with a string of white Christmas lights, would be perfect for our needs.
I love the look of these Ceramic House Night Lights, but the colors were just a bit country for me. My vision was to spray paint them white, add Christmas lights and call it a a day.
And I totally could leave them this way. I love the way they look in her bedroom. More importantly, so does she.
Yes…that may be a Christmas decoration in the background. I’ve been decorating her room early this year. More on that later + don’t judge.
Here’s how they look at night. So pretty.
But I’m wondering…should I add a little something extra to these houses? Maybe white glitter on the rooftops?
Or should I make them more whimsical, painting them in different solid colors – like a blush pink, muted aqua, and mist blue?
Or is the clean, minimalist look the way to go?
What do you think I should do with our Ceramic House Night Lights? Let me know in the comments below.