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What do you think.....doable?
I snapped this shot with my i-phone (sorry for the quality) while on vacation at Disney World with my family last month. This chandelier caught my eye and I had a whole lobby of people watching me study this fantastic piece hanging over our heads. Tequila bottles and margarita glasses pair up to create this conversation provoking light source.
It reminded me a bit of the Pottery Barn Wine Bottle Chandelier
So I''ve blogged about various ideas in the past but as the room evolves with the shutters, so does my imagination.
I love this Edison Chandelier from Pottery Barn. Described as being "" Of course I''t quite planned. It can really help to search the net for advice on what to do and what NOT to do. Young House Love is a fantastic source for inspiration on all kinds of the 1 last update 2020/06/06 projects!
The hardware used to attach the wires is part of the personality of the light fixture. I''d come across some ideas of hooks, or loops that would work. The base of an old chandelier at the thrift store would probably come in handy for the where the cords go into the ceiling.
So perhaps what I'm thinking would look a bit like this.
Although if the cords go directly into the sisal ball, there would be no metal cap to each shade, and it may look a little more like this one.
So many options. The cords could be long enough to hang so they spread over the entire length of the dining table. The sisal shades could be painted white..... I could go on and on.
Or I could drive down Pottery Barn, buy the original and be done with it in 15 minutes.
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What do you think.....doable?
I snapped this shot with my i-phone (sorry for the quality) while on vacation at Disney World with my family last month. This chandelier caught my eye and I had a whole lobby of people watching me study this fantastic piece hanging over our heads. Tequila bottles and margarita glasses pair up to create this conversation provoking light source.
It reminded me a bit of the Pottery Barn Wine Bottle Chandelier
So I''ve blogged about various ideas in the past but as the room evolves with the shutters, so does my imagination.
I love this Edison Chandelier from Pottery Barn. Described as being "" Of course I''t quite planned. It can really help to search the net for advice on what to do and what NOT to do. Young House Love is a fantastic source for inspiration on all kinds of projects!
The hardware used to attach the wires is part of the personality of the light fixture. I''d come across some ideas of hooks, or loops that would work. The base of an old chandelier at the thrift store would probably come in handy for the where the cords go into the ceiling.
So perhaps what I'm thinking would look a bit like this.
Although if the cords go directly into the sisal ball, there would be no metal cap to each shade, and it may look a little more like this one.
So many options. The cords could be long enough to hang so they spread over the entire length of the dining table. The sisal shades could be painted white..... I could go on and on.
Or I could drive down Pottery Barn, buy the original and be done with it in 15 minutes.