After all, when it comes to decor, lighting can make or break a home’s vibe.
MORE: 50 DIY Decorating Tips Every Girl Should Know Luckily, some of our favorite DIY bloggers are on the case, and they’ve created some truly spectacular lighting pieces that just about anyone can recreate. The Industrial Chandelier Create an industrial yet colorful DIY chandelier using a mix of lightbulbs and bulb cages.
I then took apart the top section of sockets from the bottom section so that it would be easier to paint.
When I am taking apart wiring that I want to put back together, I always take pictures so I’ll know how to reassemble it.
New lights can add subtle style, create an architectural focal point or simply provide better illumination. Here is a refurbished Plaster ceiling medallion hung on the ceiling of an old fashion parlor living space.
Then, I used the new Krylon Glitter Blast in Starry Night on just the main part of the chandelier.
I also sprayed the Glitter Blast clear sealer on it so that the glitter wouldn’t flake off.
I rewired the chandelier back together (here’s a step by step tutorial if you need it) and hung it using a new black chain that I picked up at Home Depot.
My sweet husband had to add a box in the ceiling for this since there was no place to install it where I wanted it to go. Have you ever taken apart an old light fixture to create a “new” one?