Colorful Lampshade Cluster Light

The amazing thing about DIY projects is that it can help you recycle all kinds of old objects and create wonderful new items. Another advantage is that you do not need a big budget as they are cheap or made of cheap materials. You may also add that some are very easy to be done and do not take you too much time. You may also exercise your imagination, adapt them to your needs and tastes. The things that you will get will be nice, interesting, original and will become the focal points of your interiors. All your guests will admire your eco friendly spirit and the amazing things you can create with your own hands.

Here it is another example of such a DIY project which refers to a colorful Lampshade Cluster Light. Actually it is a beautiful chandelier made of nine vintage lampshades which are all linked together at the chrome ceiling rose. Each shade measures approximately 20cm height by 22cm diameter. The length of the flex from the ceiling to the longest light is approximately 100cm.

If you are interested you may know that it is available for £ 275.00 and it represents a nice attraction for any kind of interior. Their joyful and colorful design will bring an optimistic air into your house.{found on here}



Published by in DIY Projects, on November 23rd, 2011

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