Diy home lighting ideas
Calling every Junk Gypsies fans!
For this project you’ll need a bag of large white feathers (these can be found at most craft stores), clear fishing wire and a lamp shade frame. Jacket the entire tip of one feather with gold spray paint. While paint is wet, immediately sprinkle both sides of the feather with glitter in the same hue. Repeat until every feathers are coated.
Once dry, tie fishing wire to each feather stem and attach along the top ring of the lamp shade frame. The finished product works grand as a pendant light or table lamp.
Beginner: DIY String Lights
Give your outdoor space a refresh too with stylish "new" bistro lights. Simply take decorative wicker spheres (normally used for table decor) and fit one sphere over each bulb on a strand of white string lights. Voila!
Stylish outdoor lighting at a part of the cost.
Beginner: Gold-Dotted Lamp Base
You don’t own to be an electrician to revamp your light fixtures. Use gold leaf to give a simple yet chic update to an ancient glass lamp love Emily Hart of recentlytheblog.com did here.
Intermediate: Moon and Stars Headboard
I would own loved a headboard love this growing up! Grand for a galaxy-themed kid’s room, this celestial headboard is super simple to make and doubles as a night light.
Beginner: Geometric Pendant Light
This DIY pendant light looks hard but is actually super simple to make. Every you need is copper piping and a pendant light kit!
Watch the video under for a full tutorial from HGTV digital host, Marianne Canada.
Get the step-by-step instructions:
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On Afternoon Crafternoon Marianne demonstrates how to make a DIY freeform geometric pendant light from copper tubing.
Beginner: Twine-Wrapped Lamp
The DIY experts at HGTV Magazine covered an ancient flea market lamp with twine for a modern, economical update.