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Published on May 25th, 2012 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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DIY bubble chandelier from JARA lampshade!





Materials: Lampshade, scissors, sisal rope, acrylic balls, gold leaf, grey paint.

Description: At first I painted the lampshade with my favorite grey paint.
Then I coat the inside of the lampshade with gold leaf. I left it a little bit messy and shabby looking.

After installing the bulb holder I wrapped the cable with sisal rope and glued it.
After that I had a little help with hanging it in my bedroom ;)

That how it looked without the bubbles.

And here are they stepping in the game;)

And here is the Lamp in my room, in my reading nook;)

See more of the bubble chandelier.

~ Pudel – design, Deutschland

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7 Responses to DIY bubble chandelier from JARA lampshade!

  1. Anonymous says:

    Fantastic! This looks great.

  2. Neomig says:

    very original ! Did you make the carpet also?
    Neomi

  3. mydecoreview says:

    Transparent balls?? That looks tempting. Anyway nice craft idea. I think we can hang the balls just like that without attaching it to the lamp. Even that would look nice.

  4. If this is an attic bedroom, you need a recliner! A nice little getaway to read a book, have a snooze or both…

  5. The added bubbles look fantastic! I stumbled across your site when search for local Ikea stores and you are so creative with your adaptations. Will definitely continue to follow.

  6. Anonymous says:

    You are very creative!!!Overstock.com has same looking lamp for a lot of money!!!You are very inspiring!!!Thank you for showing us your idea.

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