Looking for a fun and unique way to change up your lighting? You’ve come to the right place. Lighting fixtures can be expensive. Unique lighting fixtures can cost more than your mortgage.
Luckily, I’ve rounded up 10 of the coolest chandelier tutorials. When you realize you can save thousands and then tell your friends that you made them yourself, it gets even better.
Capiz shell chandeliers are absolutely beautiful, but they can run you upwards $200, and that is if you find a cheap one. This look alike is created from an old lampshade, from wax paper, and a little bit of patience.
Beaded chandeliers are perfect for a more casual setting, a coastal theme, or a little girls bedroom. Spice it up with different colors or styles of beads.
This wood chandelier caught my eye because it is completely unique. It looks beautiful in a farmhouse, vintage theme. Best of all, it’s made from paint sticks and is completely doable.
Got an old birdcage lying around? Yeah, me neither. But I do know how to surf craigslist like a pro. Find yourself a birdie treasure and create a one-of-a-kind chandelier.
I absolutely love this wind turbine light fixture. Wind turbines are surprisingly easy to find and create a beautiful and modern light fixture.
I don’t think I have worked with paper mache since middle school, but I can’t stop staring at this string chandelier. It is absolutely stunning, and so easy even the kids can help.
If you’re looking for an outdoor chandelier, consider combining your garden and your lighting with a beautiful planter chandelier. Take an old chandelier and hot glue terra cotta pots in place of the lights.
You can never have too much fringe. This shabby chic chandelier is one of my favorite styles for the bedroom. It’s easy, calming, and creates a warm light that is soft and romantic.
Can you believe this formal dining fixture started out as a hoola hoop? Chances are, you have everything you already need to create a beautiful lighting fixture.
Mason jars are so versatile, you can use this style for a farmhouse, vintage, or even modern décor style. It’s simple, streamlined, and packed full of style. This look goes for about $600 at lighting stores, save money and get the same look!