Using wood beads, a floral hanging basket, and hemp twine, Sarah was able to re-create the look of the designer chandelier for a fraction of the price!
With a project like this, you have so many options! You can make the chandelier a working light fixture, as Sarah did, by adding the necessary electrical hardware, or simply hang it in a well-lit entryway or kitchen nook for some adorable decor.
You could even swap out the wood beads for faceted plastic, glass, or crystal beads for a more traditional chandelier style.
This is Sarah’s finished chandelier:
And this is the Pottery Barn inspiration, retailing at $199!
For the full tutorial, visit Sarah and My Simple Obsession.