It’s amazing what you can do with a wire basket and some wire garland. This DIY chandelier project is simple and inexpensive. It will instantly transform any room, including a bathroom. If you want more color use garland with colored crystals. Thanks to Amanda Katherine for the lovely chandelier idea.
Happy Monday! Did you all have a great weekend? I was busy finishing my One Room Challenge, a series where a group of bloggers make over a room in 6 weeks, posting weekly updates. It sounds easy, but for this patient bargain hunter, it really forced me to make design decisions quickly, which is not something I’m used to. However, there’s no better motivation to finish a room fast when the clock is ticking! Now that my One Room Challenge makeover is revealed, I’m finally back in my DIY groove and have some fun projects to share with you over the next couple months! Think lots of plaid, some feathers and jewelry. I’m expanding my DIY skills and dabbling into fashion so that’s been a fun challenge.
Today’s project originated when I was trying to come up with DIY light fixtures ideas for the One Room Challenge. I was working with an ugly light and I wasn’t about to rewire a whole new fixture with wires that are frayed, dating back to 1906 when the house was built. I know when to leave it to the experts if you know what I mean.
Images from Amanda Katherine.
For the full instructions visit Amanda Katherine.