chandelier. Thursday , August 31st , 2017 - 18:13:52 PM
Chandeliers used to be made from the finest glass and crystals, but in modern times, you can transform ordinary objects into a majestic centerpiece. So if you want to introduce a chandelier to your home, you might want to learn how to make a crystal chandelier and go down the DIY route. To help you make a good plan, here are some creative ideas.
As you can probably already imagine, moose antler chandeliers are epic, memorable dcor pieces, but they dont crowd well in loft-size kitchens, assuredly (and dont try making them into bedside antler lamps, either). One average moose antler is about 3 foot by 3 foot in size (imagine how relieved that moose must feel every spring when he sheds that monstrous hat.)
Now you need to patch the hole where your old fixture was. Take a wood strip that iss wider than the hole, put it up inside the ceiling or wall to cover the hole and glue it down and then cover with a sheet rock patch.
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