And it makes for a great excuse to drink more wine, so win, win. The Rustic Wheel Chandelier You don’t need to spend a fortune on a chandelier that looks like it was ripped from the ceiling of an old farmhouse, in fact, you can DIY the look.Black Oak Studios created this incredible wagon wheel chandelier, and you can too. The Wooden Bead Chandelier Create the perfect bohemian chandelier using a mix of painted beads. The Mason Jar Chandelier Those mason jars in the back of your pantry are good for more than sipping lemonade from come summer, you can turn them into a chandelier.
Free Returns valid on select items in United States only; does not apply to freight, clearance, Daily Sale, designs with giclee art shades, Color Plus and Tiffany Color Plus brand items, or certain items with designer shades. And if that’s the case……leave your fixtures happy and brassy. But now, they are both transformed……and they thanked me for not giving up on them! I used painter’s tape, so that it will peel off nicely and not leave sticky residue. I know, I know……you may dislike your chandelier/fixture. But before getting rid of it/them……imagine adding a little paint. There were actually 2 of these little brass beauties in our entry.The Zen of Making must have agreed, because they created this Air Plant Chandelier with not much more than air plants, wire, and clear glass containers. Don’t shy away from really bright colors like pink or baby blue, like Little Green Notebook did here. The “Shell” Chandelier Floating shell chandeliers have become a de rigueur item at many pricey design stores. The Wine Cork Chandelier Who would have thought that all of those corks that have lying around could be put to good use?Design Sponge created a similar look using wax paper. The creatives behind Mox & Fodder created this incredible DIY wine cork chandelier, that is surprisingly easy to replicate yourself.