Making a Linear Chandelier Spider

Jul 14th

Soft light chandeliers add elegance to any room, indoors or outdoors. While most spiders have covered round hoops of lights, you do not have to conform to traditional. Contemporary designs have spider linear chandelier, chandeliers shaped rectangles and straight lines instead of circles. This design works well in a traditional decor, as well as eclectic or minimalist styles. They even offer light where no light existing facilities.

Linear chandelier modern
Linear chandelier modern

Choose a location for your linear chandelier spider. They look charming on tables, kitchen islands and hanging from the ceiling of the porch. Measure the length of your shopping planting wire. Available in garden stores, you can get rectangular filigree baskets in various sizes. Any longer than it is wide works for a linear chandelier spider rectangle.

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Check the roof over the rafters with two spaced points on the length of your basket. Turn one of 1/4 inch diameter eye hook into each hole. Eye hooks are thick metal hooks, designed to hold heavy objects. Cut two pieces of string cutters bulls about 2 1/2 times the length you want the lamp to be the ceiling. Fill the wire basket with candles on white. Grip each chain in the center and link loop each center on a hook eye.

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