22 August 2010

How do you light a Modernist bordello?

Now that Fiorentino's figured out how to light a Modernist bordello, the rest of us can relax and move onto more pressing issues. To wit:




What possible use could these things have other than classing up an already classy joint in Reno or Sparks? My only concern would be from having that much acetate so close to a heat source.



Too harsh? Is there any redemption to be had?

11 comments:

  1. the stuff of nightmares - attack of the killer lampshade

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  2. Yours and mine both Jane. Those things make my eyes hurt.

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  3. Redemption? No. These are scary, even for a non-pro like me. Of course, if one likes to have a special Halloween or Hooker Night theme....
    And that bottom one looks like someone was left unsupervised with shelf-lining paper.

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  4. Maybe they'd work on the sets of Jersey Shore.

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  5. What were they thinking?????? Ugly!!!! Leave it to you to unearth the truly bizarre Hey, Reno has some pretty cool areas. See my post on Sea shells and French style. This house is in Reno. Just up dated my web page to include a blog. Couldn't let you have all of the fun.

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  6. Opps guess it would work better if I linked to the blog. Now try.

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  7. I shouldn't be so hard on Reno. I prefer it to Las Vegas for its lack of pretension. And I didn't know you had a blog. Let me add you to my blog roll. How long has this been going on?

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  8. well for crying out loud paul! everyone knows you do not need to light a bordello! They are in the business of being in the dark! Unless you like shining light upon the subject...hmmm...I am not going to go there. :)

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  9. Well, they do need to light the reception area. Haven't you ever been to Amsterdam?

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  10. OMG! I thought my mother had cornered the market on ugly lamps, but I was wrong.

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  11. Nicolette: I hope you took a photo of the pile 'o lamps you were talking about on Facebook when all of that was going on. Congrats on your new job by the way.

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