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DIY Copper And Wood Hanging Light Fixture

We’ve already told you of some cool copper projects for your home. Today we offer you to make this copper hanging light fixture that blog vintagerevivals.com has shared. Using your epoxy, glue it to the inside of the reducing coupling. Let it set for at least 5 minutes. Be aware of any drips down the inside, they will cause... More

6 Cool And Fun DIY Outdoor Chandeliers For Patios

The weather is warm, and summer is coming soon, so we spend lots of time outdoors. Many of us have gardens with terraces and patios, so you probably need a cute chandelier suitable for outdoors, and we’ve rounded up several tutorials. Of course, we understand that there’s no electricity outdoors, so all the chandeliers are... More

Beautiful DIY White Flowers Chandelier

This sweet chandelier is inspired by Design Sponge where it was called Pajaki. You’ll need coffee filters, plain paper, a hot glue gun, white embroidery floss, and one large quilting hoop and the small hoop. Start by covering the hoops in the thread, just wrapping it tightly around. Now make the flowers. Just fluff the... More

DIY Vintage-Inspired Industrial Chandelier

We’ve already told you about DIY industrial lamps, and today it’s time to make a gorgeous industrial chandelier that is great for a dining room or as kitchen bar lights. You’ll need some wood (here it’s a recycled coffee table and cabinet door), vintage reproduction electrical parts (you can buy some on Etsy), satin... More

Industrial DIY Steel Pipe Chandelier

We’ve already told you of cool industrial lamps to make, and here’s one piece – it’s a steel pipe light fixture. You’ll need 4 nipples, a floor flange, a reducer, a tee, a square head plug, a pipe and budget-friendly lightbulbs. Fix the elements like it’s shown on the pictures and paint them if you like; wire the... More

Fashionable DIY Chandelier With Bubbles

Chandeliers with bubbles are popular today, many designers present their variants. Now you can make one, too. The supplies are clear holiday ornaments, silver & gold pre-holed sequins, clear jewelry line or fishing line, lamp shade frame or a wire plant basket; light colored, heavy duty thread, scissors, wire and wire... More

Cool DIY Chandelier Of Bulbs And Cages

A chandelier from bulbs and cages? It may be so cool! You’ll need bulb cages, an assortment of colored and differently shaped bulbs, “Hemma” cord sets, one per bulb, power strip. Screw a bulb into the socket on a cord set. Position the cage around the bulb and cage it into place around the bulb, so it is anchored to the... More

DIY Industrial And Vintage Chandelier

An industrial chandelier with a vintage touch? Easily! For this project you’ll need vintage wagon wheel, string lights, extension cords, 3 pieces of chain, about 4′ in length, 4 S-hooks, or adjustable rings, 2 ceiling cup hooks, a drill. First of all, decide where you’ll put your chandelier and mark this place with a... More

Romantic DIY Doily Chandelier

Doilies are tender and sweet but who could imagine a chandelier made of them? It’s amazing! You will need 3 quilting rings of different sizes, 2 packs 6″ doilies, 1 pack 4″doilies, 2 things of craft thread. Tie 4 separate strings to the top ring, tied them together and fastened it to our ceiling light so it would... More

One More Awesome DIY Vintage Mason Jar Chandelier

I’m a big fan of DIY chandeliers made of Mason Jars. They looks so vintage and cool that can be used in any interiors. Check, for example, out this mason jar chandelier with a pulley or this aqua mason jar chandelier. Aren’t they gorgeous? Here is one more cool DIY vintage mason jar chandelier I’ve recently... More