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Latest lighting endeavor

When we moved into our house a year and a half ago, we realized that most of the charm of a bungalow two years from its centurion mark was missing. The decorative trim was gone, the floors were covered in carpeting, and most everything that can be replaced was replaced with builder-grade items. So, we’ve been on a mission to bring back some of the charm to this house. We’re trying to stay true to the period for more permanent things like trim and moulding, but with other less permanent things, like chandeliers, we’re having some fun. My newest project is this bubble chandelier:

You can find the instructions for the entire project here, Ready Made’s Glass Act. I think it’s going to work well in my smallish dining room, where I didn’t want something big and visually heavy, but  I still wanted a chandelier. Plus, it reminds me of champagne, and that can’t be a bad thing!

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  1. LOVE this! The instructions make it sound so easy. I will definitely have to try!

    June 1, 2012
    • Hi Seabrook! I’ll definitely follow-up once I’ve made mine and add to the instructions if needed. Thanks!

      June 2, 2012
      • That would be perfect! I look forward to reading your future blogs for other ideas and tips πŸ™‚

        June 2, 2012
  2. This is gorgeous and inspired – I’ve been looking for something eye-catching for my hallway. Thank you!

    June 1, 2012
    • I think this would be stunning in most any space, and since it’s a DIY you can make it bigger or smaller depending on the size of your hallway. Good luck!

      June 2, 2012

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