I love the look of this one from Readymade but I do not
have a bunch of burned out bulbs lying around.
I have seen a lot of Mason Jar Chandeliers online and I absolutely love them! I already have a few jars and I almost always see them at the thrift store, plus its garage sale season so I am sure I could find more if not other things that could go along with the Mason jars.
This beautiful Chandelier is from BootsNGus and I really like how they put a light coat of paint on some
of the jars to add a splash of color. They have a great selection in their Etsy shop so check it out!
This one is made by Russ Morgan and it is absolutely beautiful. I love the color created
from the light shining through the tumbled glass. This one may be a bit out of my league!
But definitely check Russ's website to see all his other creations.
This gorgeous Umbrella Chandelier is from Rock and Royal
I am not looking to make a glass and crystal chandelier like the one from Rock and Royal
but I really like the idea of upcycling an old umbrella and possibly stringing some garden lights along the wire frame. I think I am going to explore this and the Mason Jar ideas.
Let me know if you have any suggestions!!
How to make your own Mason Jar Chandelier
recipe by Design Sponge
what you’ll need:
-vintage mason jars
-hanging lamp kit with low wattage bulbs (try your local lighting store, home depot or lowes, or Ikea)
-ceiling light plate