When designing her new office, Jen of Tatertots and Jello knew she wanted a wood bead chandelier to be the focal point. The one she had been eyeing cost up to $2,000, but Jen was able to make her own bigger chandy for about $250. Jen explains exactly how threaded the wood beads onto the wire and added them to an existing fixture to create her masterpiece. At 32” in diameter and three and a half feet in height, Jen’s chandelier is definitely a statement-making piece!
Jen was inspired by the Anteriors Home Maurice 8 Light Iron/Wood Chandelier available from Wayfair.
Go to Tatertots & Jello for the detailed tutorial to make your own wood bead chandelier.