Chandeliers are one of those things that instantly take a room to another level. They’re larger than regular lights, far more glamorous and noticeable. They light up the room literally and figuratively. Because they’re so marvelous to look at, they can be very expensive. This is why we’ve compiled a list of affordable DIY chandeliers that anyone can make!
Plant Basket Chandelier
Wait, what? That’s a plant basket?! We’d say that’s impossible, but Hometalk proves otherwise! This chandelier is a serious dream come true, especially if you’ve always yearned for an elegant source of lighting! Did someone say #ChandelierGoals?
Hello modern, dynamic vibes! Some people prefer chandeliers with orbits to chandeliers with crystals. If you recognize yourself in this description, please visit What’s Ur Home Story and follow the tutorial to make this distinctive chandelier!
According to Dollar Store Crafts, this chandelier will only cost you 11$! Now that’s what we call a good bargain, compared to the regular prices of chandeliers! The beads give it an elegant touch, but do make sure that you make a big supply because you will need a lot of them!
Light bulb Chandelier
This gold-dipped, light bulb chandelier is for anyone who dares to think outside of the box and wishes for something unconventional! It’s fancy, original and different. It’s also golden, so we rest out case! Visit Brit+Co to see the instructions!
You know the feeling of finding the perfect item for your house but it’s ridiculously expensive? All Things Thrifty does! Luckily, they found a DIY solution and oddly enough, it ended up looking way better than any store-bought chandelier ever could!
Chandeliers don’t always have to be extravagant – sometimes, they can be subtle and delicate. This one is made out of cloth, meaning it’s very budget-friendly and looks incredibly neat. If you’d like to give it a try, Beholden has all the details!
A little something to satisfy the lovers of natural décor! The slightly messy look is perfect for a cabin, but it will fit well into any room that needs a bit of edge! You can find the how-to at Funky Junk!
Wax Paper Chandelier
This perfection is easier to accomplish than you might think! The countless little circles of wax paper do require you to take your time, be patient, precise and pay attention to the details. Thankfully, Lisa Roy guides you through the process and the final result is magnificent!
You know a project is going to be fun when it involves a bouncy ball! There’s no doubt that anyone who comes to visit you will be captivated by this magical string chandelier. Check out the fun process at Carey Creates!
Mason Jar Chandelier
You already know that mason jars are the single most useful item in the world. But did you know that you can even make a chandelier out of them?! The mason jar “light bulbs” look as if they have always been meant for that purpose! Visit Brandi Sawyer and follow the step-by-step!
We hope you liked this selection! Let us know which chandelier is your favorite!