Birdcage decor – When Nett user Dianne Rogers came a dusty, cobweb-coated antique birdcage in Wilmington, North Carolina, she envisioned a superb chandelier. "It become genuine, old, iron and big 32 inches , & it caught my ," she says. The new fixture is appropriate at home in her "Carolina room," a cushty porch with a vaulted ceiling & a fire. "It’s a very good example of a completely basic DIY task with a big-impact ," she says. For understanding than $, she now has a unique chandelier that appears like one million dollars. Here’s how she did it. Project: How to make a birdcage chandelierCost: $a hundred and fifty for the birdcage, $100 for the pale fixture & less than $50 for paint, sandpaper & different suppliesTime: About hours plus paint-drying time. Reinvent It: Salvage a Birdcage for an Eclectic Chandelier
October 24, 2017
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