Whether it’s to spruce up a baby shower you’re hosting in your own home or to decorate the kids’ playroom, homemade light fixture – whether they produce light or not – can help transform a space and make it a lot more festive. And they’re a lot easier than you think to create, even more novice crafters. So, let’s take a look at these 22 DIY chandeliers that are perfect for parties, bedrooms, home offices and more!
DIY Network shows us how to take one day and some old wine bottles and create something this stunning for your home. How gorgeous would this be over your dining room table?
2. Paper Capiz Shell
Design Sponge took wax paper and used it to make “makeshift” capiz shells to finish out this chandelier project. Isn’t the final product stunning?!
Vintage Revivals showed us all how she stumbled upon beautiful candle lanterns while shopping and then revamped them up a bit to create gorgeous chandeliers for her home.
If you’re interested in a beaded chandelier then you may want to check out this easy-to-follow YouTube video and learn how to make your own feminine creation.
Shelterness has this great DIY project that combines both industrial style with vintage fashion. Check it out and get to work this weekend, how awesome would this be down in the “man cave?”
Cascading flowers, made of paper, would be the perfect compliment to accent at a tea party, baby or bridal shower. Visit Paper-Papers to take a peek at the tutorial!
Create something whimsical with the help of Pure Ella. We imagine this beauty in a kid’s room, playroom or even giving the breakfast nook a bit of magic.
Little Green Notebook took an older, brass chandelier and gave it a makeover! With a beautiful shade of blue they turned it into something that pops and adds special bits of personality to their home.
These golden fringe DIY chandeliers from 100 Layer Cake are just too charming! They’d be great for any kind of celebration including weddings!
Oh Happy Day teaches us all how to create a simple, polish chandelier complete with stars and flowers … and lots and lots of color! The finished product is so much fun!
One Charming Party created this adorable “having a ball” chandelier and it was made with the help of honeycomb shaped paper for extra bits of festivity and charm.
12. Ice Cream
Take a cue from Kara’s Party Ideas and make one of these cuties for your next whimsical, youthful affair. Birthday parties or showers could use a dose of this adorableness.
Tatertots and Jello took a simple light fixture and used it as the foundation for this beautiful beaded one! With the right kind of vision you can make something quite special for your home.
14. Mardi Gras
Decor Hacks shows us how to utilize all of those leftover Mardi Gras beads you have laying around! Learn how to create one of these boho, charmed chandeliers after them jump!
15. Cupcake Liners
Design Sponge used cupcake liners to create a paper sculpting masterpiece – the result? These orbs lights which are magical pieces and additions to any dorm room or apartment around.
Over at Shelterness you’ll find the tutorial for this super trendy and fashion-forward chandelier – and it’s complete with bubbles and golden confetti! It’s perfect for home offices, craft rooms or dining rooms!
Here’s another one of my favorite projects. Using yarn or string, Pickles creates something so chic and innovative that it will look like a sculpture is hanging from you ceiling when finished!
Aren’t you loving the beachy vibe you’re getting from this chandelier found at Tatertots and Jello? Check out the tutorial and treat your home to something newer and exciting.
19. Mason Jars
Home Stories shows us how to utilize mason jars and create an entire light fixture out of them. We love the numeral additions as well giving it an even trendier vibe.
This trendy idea is perfect for wine lovers that save their corks! Once you have enough hop on over to Mox & Fodder and learn how to create one of your own!
This is quite the unique way to create a chandelier and we love the innovation. Brassy Apple took wire baskets to create the foundation of this beauty!
A Beautiful Mess gives us a beautiful project that’s completely swoon-worthy. Made with fabric bits with the ability to add some whimsy to any nook or cranny of the house.