I love chandeliers, and I think they add so much glam to a space. They can transform an ordinary room into something elegant in a flash! Admittedly, they can be pricey, but I think some of these chandeliers could be duplicated by some of you creative ladies out there for a fraction of the cost.
All of these chandeliers are at Lillian August except one, which resides in our bedroom. It’s been there for 10 years, and I never tire of looking at it.
This first one I think wouldn’t be too hard to make. Maybe some twine that has been treated with stiffener and molded around your desired shape. Allow to dry and place a simple pendant inside.
Ok, maybe these are a bit tricker :). I like these because they’re elegant, rustic yet sophisticated and can compliment many styles of decor.
Is this color gorgeous or what? Nuf’ said.
This chandy is deserving of a very special place in your home!
How unique is this?! Let’s have a party so we can have enough empty bottles to make this.
Another rustic yet elegant chandy. If you find an architecturally interesting piece of iron work, you can solder this to an inexpensive existing chandelier for an interesting twist. It doesn’t have to be the same shape as this one. Think outside the box!
This is mine 🙂
This one looks a little similiar to mine, but I like mine better. I’m biased.
So this concludes my tour of Lillian August (until my next visit). Thanks for stopping by!