Making Drum Pendant Light

Jul 16th

Drum pendant light – Hanging lights with shades of percussion, also known as drum shade pendant lights create soft light, environment without taking up valuable floor or table space. Create a DIY version of this light for a fraction of the retail price of a similar pendant. Use a drum shade in your pendant light to add a casual yet elegant look to the sometimes cold, modern pendant light touch. Percussive tones have large funds open to allow through an excess of hard light and fully exposes the hanging light bulb.

Large Drum Pendant Light
Large Drum Pendant Light

Lay the fabric face down on the outside work area. Place the bottom of the drum pendant light shade on its web. Draw an outline of the lower edges of the shadow drum, leaving about 1/4-inch space between shadow and border. Cut around its border. This is their diffusion panel; upside down and leave flat.

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Drum pendant light, wrap the tape around the bottom edge of the curtain, lining the bottom of the tape with the bottom edge of the curtain. Cut the ribbon this length, leaving some extra tape case. Insert the empty end of the lamp cord through the central opening in the upper part of its shadow.

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