I made this cute bubble chandelier, which is all the rage at the moment, with just a simple lampshade from IKEA. And a few cheap materials. But it looks a million bucks, don’t you think?
- Sisal rope
- Acrylic balls
- Gold leaf
- Grey paint
Bubble Chandelier: DIY instructions
At first I painted the lampshade with my favorite grey paint.
Then I coat the inside of the lampshade with gold leaf. I left it a little bit messy and shabby looking.
After installing the bulb holder I wrapped the cable with sisal rope and glued it.
After that I had a little help with hanging it in my bedroom 😉
That how it looked without the bubbles.
And here are they stepping in the game 😉
And tadah, here’s the bubble chandelier in my room, in my reading nook;)
See the full tutorial for my bubble chandelier here.
~ Pudel – design, Deutschland
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