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Chandelier Before & After



Take an old chandelier and make it great!

My daughter loves princesses (don’t get me started) so she really lucked out that our “new” house came with a crystal prism-clad chandelier.

The individual lights of the fixture were covered by grape-etched glass covers which had to go.

The old brass color didn’t bother me too much, but after selecting her room colors, we thought a bright, funky color would be best. Here is the before shot:


This project was really simple. I cleaned the fixture and spray painted it while it was hanging.

Here is how it turned out:


Tah-dah! If you have any interest in getting one of these or something similar, you can easily find old brass fixtures at thrift stores, your local Habitat For Humanity, E-Bay,Craigslist, or a weekend garage sale. An old fixture that you are planning to paint shouldn’t cost more than $10- $20 bucks. Send me your photos of completed projects- I’d love to see more funky colored fixtures!


Looking for other ideas on how to make simple updates to your home? Checkout our fireplace update!

Beautiful Photography by Sharon Pfeiffer Photography


When she isn’t working or spending time with her family, Emily is running outside, doing yoga inside, garage “sailing”, thrift shopping and dreaming up new concoctions in the kitchen. She loves art and teaches children of all ages arts, crafts and how to make mistakes.

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