25+ Magnificent Chandeliers Made Out Of Crazy Things

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Chandeliers aren’t just for mansions and fancy restaurants. These DIY lighting ideas can showcase any style without breaking the bank.

01. Cupcake Liners

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02. Old Globes

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03. Strips of Paper

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04. Plastic Bottle Bottoms

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05. Mini Lamp Shades

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06. Waxed Paper

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07. Wine Corks

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08. Test Tubes Filled with Colored Water

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09. …Or Fresh Flowers

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10. Cardboard

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11. Not so sure the candles are a good idea though…

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12. Paper Flowers

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13. Clothespins

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14. Zip Ties

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15. Umbrella Skeletons

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16. Book Pages

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17. Ice Cream Tasting Spoons

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18. Rock Candy

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Temporary, but delicious.

19. Cocktail Umbrellas

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20. Vintage Spoons

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21. Barbie Dolls

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22. Magnifying Glasses

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23. Glow Sticks

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24. Popsicle Sticks

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25. Necklaces

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26. String Lights

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27. Beer Bottles

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28. Exploding Dishware

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29. DIY Plastic Spoons Chandelier

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OK, so this mind-bending chandelier by lamp designer Ingo Maurer might be slightly difficult to recreate, but it was too cool to leave off the list. Website

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Author: MMK

Architecture & Design was started by an Afghan entrepreneur, he believes that wellbeing is affected by the spaces we spend our time in and that their design is an important notion to consider with regards to our personal comfort and happiness – whether we are at home, at work or at play.

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