Lisa Roy had dreams of adding a capiz shell chandelier to her dining room. However, there were none to be had in her hometown of Dubai. Lisa instead found an inspiration piece from West Elm and recreated it using wax paper and a circle punch. While this project is a bit time-consuming, Lisa says it’s […Read More]
Corey from Sawdust 2 Stitches shares how she took a few ordinary items and combined them into a SPECTACULAR Pottery Barn knock off chandelier! Can you tell what Corey used to make her DIY chandelier? If you said a glass storage jar and an old chandy, you’re right! Corey followed a fellow blogger’s tutorial to […Read More]
Kathryn at I Can Find the Time couldn’t help by fall hard for Restoration Hardware’s Modern Filament Chandelier. However, at $1,698 and 60” long, was both too expensive and too long. What’s a girl to do? Build it herself of course! And here’s my favorite part… Kathryn’s DIY Chandelier cost only $47.50! Kathryn says, “That’s […Read More]
Roxanne from The Honeycomb Home has been busy helping a friend fix up her new home on a budget. One of Roxanne’s favorite spaces is the dining room, made up entirely of reclaimed furniture and DIY projects. Roxanne knew a pretty chandelier would be the perfect finishing touch and had her friend take a look […Read More]
Would you believe this gorgeous chandelier is made out of just wax paper??? Yep, that’s right – wax paper! Jenn from A Home in the Making used an old lamp shade from Goodwill as the structure for her chandy and then attached strings of wax paper circles. While cutting and sewing 2,640 circles may seem crazy tedious and time consuming, Jenn guarantees this is not a hard project and will save you a pretty penny from costly capiz shell pendants. Jen says, “If you love this light, the cost alone is worth it.”
While browsing through Anthropologie, Heather from Poppy Haus couldn’t help but take notice of how they use everyday items to create their eye-catching displays. Thus, she was inspired to recreate their stunning paper chandelier using an item you very well have in your kitchen right now – cupcake liners! Heather shares at Design Sponge how she added depth and texture to a paper lantern by covering it with solid cupcake liners inset with striped petite four papers. The soft glow and graphic effect are simply stunning!
Lacy from A Decorating Diva’s Diary faced quite the challenge to find lighting that would work with her home’s very high ceilings and open floor plan. She created a fixture with the luminous look of capiz shells and large scale she needed using an unlikely material – wax paper! Isn’t it amazing how totally glam and expensive it looks!?!
Jessica from The Green Family says, “My love of mason jars began years ago when seeing them in my Grandmas’ kitchens. After seeing the Pottery Barn mason jar light fixture and the many DIY examples on Pinterest, I decided to combine my love of mason jars and barn wood to create my own version of […Read More]
Mason jars are for more than just canning nowadays. Check out this chandelier made by Cassandra and Nate from The Life of CK and Nate, who suspended their jars from braided jute and added a few light bulbs for a soft glow. This would make for a great upcycle project if you’ve got a stockpile […Read More]