Note to Doting Dads: Minka Lavery Mini Chandelier

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Minka_Lavery_Mini_ChandelierAlright gentlemen (and some ladies) – you’ve surely looked at the picture to the left, sneered and are about to hit that “Back” button with great haste (“That’s not a tool! That’s a frilly girly fluffy thing. That ain’t what this site is for. Hrrrmph.”). Well, hold on just a minute!

If there’s a daddy’s girl in your life, shrug off any thoughts that dealing with her room is strictly a mom job – thanks to the plethora of great online retailers, anyone can pull together a charming look for their kids and become their personal hero.

For example, friends of ours recently transitioned their toddler into a “big girl” room – and I have to admit I’m jealous – of the child.

Her room is ridiculously adorable and as I discovered, it was largely put together by her father. Sure, mom had a hand in picking some of the colors, but dad actually sourced a great deal of the décor including THE piece that makes the room – a sweet mini chandelier. Who knew he had such good taste? And his daughter? THRILLED. Now he’s the one that has her wrapped around his finger.

A very similar chandelier to theirs is the Minka Lavery Mini Chandelier from Standing 21” tall and 14.5” wide, this little luminary requires just one 60-Watt bulb to provide ambient light for a room. Its white paint and glass-look design give it a shabby-chicness without looking too shabby at all. Our friends positioned the light over their daughter’s little tea table, but you could have it hanging over a bed or a cozy reading chair in the corner. has the Minka Lavery Mini Chandelier for $103. Your daughter’s shriek of joy when she sees it? Priceless.

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About Jen

Jen (but never “Jenn”) Byck, aka the Fix'n Vixen, is a Toronto-based freelance writer and communication consultant who is undoubtedly home fixated (she is also TV fixated, really bad TV fixated and donut fixated). Her approach to home improvement has been rather trial and error, the latter of which is evidenced by the amount of spackle she buys on an annual basis.

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