Bye Bye Boob Lights!

Yep, that’s right! Let’s say good bye to those boob lights we all have and add some style to your home!

Say GOODBYE to your boob lights! Emily links TEN lights you can use to replace those boob lights you hate!  #lightideas #booblight #lighting

If you do not know what a boob light is my friend let me show you:

Say GOODBYE to your boob lights! Emily links TEN lights you can use to replace those boob lights you hate!  #lightideas #booblight #lighting

Yep! They resemble a boob and are informally known as boob lights ha! They are the cheapest lights you can find which are very helpful when needing a quick fix but I am personally not a huge fan of these lights, hence this blog post!

So I have linked TEN light fixtures that you can use to replace your boob lights below. These lights are simple and will give your space an updated feel 🙂

Say GOODBYE to your boob lights! Emily links TEN lights you can use to replace those boob lights you hate!  #lightideas #booblight #lighting

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Choose your lights based on your style, budget and other decor in your home. This post is short and sweet but simple. If you have been wanting updated lights, now is the time! I give you permission 😉

Not sure which one to choose? Email me or DM me! I’m happy to help 🙂

Say GOODBYE to your boob lights! Emily links TEN lights you can use to replace those boob lights you hate!  #lightideas #booblight #lighting

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4 thoughts on “Bye Bye Boob Lights!”

  1. We just moved and the new house is full of boob lights.

    3 in the hallway, 1 in an office and 1 in a bedroom. Help!!!

    1. LiliesandLife

      right?! LOL We had so many boob lights too! Just take your time switching them out 😉

  2. Those boob lights look funny, indeed 😀 By the way, you can also improve your home’s lighting by changing regular bulbs with more energy-efficient light bulbs, such as CFLs and LEDs. Not only will light quality and lifespans improve, but you can also expect to use around 75% less energy than traditional incandescent. Oh, and they’ll last around 10-20x as long as well.

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I’m an Interior designer, decorator and blogger.  I help overwhelmed homeowners and DIYers bring timeless design and function into their home so they can love their space and the life they are building within it!  Thank you for visiting 🙂

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