"Boob lights" - we've all probably lived with them at some point. For whatever reason, they seem to be a favorite of landlords and are a telltale sign of a generic rental home. You can swap in a more attractive fixture or, as these folks have done, find ways to disguise or enhance them.
Above: An Eames Hang It All-inspired project using mostly yarn and craft beads to gussy up this light. See more: Love Maegan
A $15 bowl was hung over this boob light for a whole new look. See more: Cuckoo 4 Design
Boob light + sunburst mirror= ooh la la! See more: Simple Details
A large shade with fabric added to the bottom as a diffuser covers up this light. See more: Young House Love
A wire basket wrapped in rope and twine disguises this light. See more: Love Maegan
Inexpensive acrylic crystals make this boob light into a mini chandelier. See more: My So Called DIY Blog
This outdoor boob light was covered by a wood box and picture frame glass for a Craftsman-style look. See more: Domestic Imperfection
A diy faux capiz light covers a boob light in this garden nursery. See more: Beautifully Contained.
Here, the addition of a compass decal makes the light seem intentional in this nautical themed boys room. See more: The Yellow Cape Cod