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10 DIY Chandeliers

Designing your home can be a costly challenge, but it’s also a chance for you to express yourself and your style. It takes time to find just the right pieces for your home. It isn’t easy to find the right chandelier that you love and is within your price range. But what if you want your ideal chandelier now? Here is a list of DIY chandelier projects that are sure to fire up your creative juices.

1. DIY Shadow Chandelier

Feeling uninspired by traditional chandelier designs? Go for a modern, artsy look. Inspired by a $4100 chandelier design, this tutorial will walk you through the process of making your own shadow chandelier. It’s guaranteed to make a bold statement in any room.

Level of difficulty: Easy
Duration: 2 hours
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2. DIY Fringe Chandelier

The bohemian trend is here to stay and what better way to highlight boho decor than with a fringe chandelier? This DIY chandelier is boho chic to the max. Stacked layers of fringe trim evoke the popular 70’s style and with a modern twist. Decide your own fringe colors and hoop sizes for a truly customized look.

Level of difficulty: Easy
Duration: 1 hour
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3. DIY Faux Capiz Chandelier

You often find Capiz Shell Chandeliers sold on higher end websites like West Elm or CB2 at premium prices. Capiz shells add a classy touch to any decor but you don’t need the real thing to get the same effect. Here is a simple, yet expensive looking DIY option if you’re on a budget.

Level of difficulty: Easy
Duration: 3 hours
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4. DIY Industrial Edison Style Chandelier

Love the look of uncovered bulbs? Add a vintage industrial flair to your kitchen with this DIY chandelier. It does require a few tools and you must be willing to have some electrical work done. However, the designer look is totally worth it.

Level of difficulty: Intermediate
Duration: 5 hours
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5. DIY Floral Chandelier

Florals in home decor never goes out of style. They freshen up the darkest of rooms. You can also brighten up any room with a floral chandelier. This fixture can add a feminine touch to bedrooms for any age and it is also easy to make!

Level of difficulty: Easy
Duration: 3 hours
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6. DIY Beaded Chandelier

A quick trip to the dollar store and you can make this beaded chandelier in no time. You can easily customize this by choosing different colored strands of beads and create a special chandelier for holiday decor. A smaller version would look perfectly chic in a walk in closet.

Level of difficulty: Easy
Duration: 1 hours
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7. DIY Fancy Chandelier

Paper is one of the most versatile materials on earth, so why not use it to make a chandelier? This ultra modern chandelier is easy to make and looks impressive. It won’t take you more than a day to make and hang up. If you like crafting with paper and glue, you might want to try this out.

Level of difficulty: Easy
Duration: 2 hours
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8. DIY Boho Bead Chandelier

Express your funky, bohemian style with a beaded chandelier. This particular project has a similar look to chandeliers sold at Restoration Hardware and Pottery Barn. For an even more eclectic look, use different sized beads in an interesting pattern.

Level of difficulty: Easy
Duration: 3 hours
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9. DIY Glass and Jute Twine Chandelier

A unique chandelier can be just what a room needs to liven up. Here is a DIY chandelier that is made up of glass globes hanging together with the light bulb shining in between. It creates an effect that looks gorgeous during the day and night. The project itself is easy, but when assembling the chandelier be sure to handle the glass globes with care.

Level of difficulty: Easy
Duration: 2 hours
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10. DIY Crystal Chandelier

DIYing a chandelier does not have to be pricey. How about a crystal chandelier as the fastest way to add sparkle to any room? It would also look great as outdoor lighting for your patio. Even though it looks classy, this is the simplest and easiest project of them all.

Level of difficulty: Easy
Duration: 30 minutes
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Conclusion

There are so many chandelier styles to choose from, like classic, modern, or even bohemian. You can even make a high end knockoff with the right materials. The possibilities for these DIY projects are endless which means you can design your chandelier anyway you like. You can have your own designer look for a lot less. Do you have any DIY chandelier ideas? Tell us about it in the comment section below. Also, don’t forget to look into these DIY mason jar lights ideas to bring even more unique lighting to your home.

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