INSIDE : How to create an inexpensive and gorgeous Modern DIY Geometric Pendant Lamp shade using simple wooden skewers. Plus, it adds so much drama to your room!
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I teamed up with a great group of ladies for FOUR rounds of knock off knock out projects. You can see my projects here. I was thrilled when Ashley from Bigger Than the Three of Us contacted us all again for another round of inspired projects.
Who isn’t in love with everything Anthropologie? If I had a million dollars that would be one of my first shopping stops. When I saw their Small Iron Web Pendant Lamp, my DIY heart stopped beating for a moment. I knew this would be a great inspiration piece and I knew without a doubt I could beat the $398 price tag!
If you were to buy the supplies for this project, it would be a little under $10. I however, already owned every single thing so I actually made this for FREE.
WHAT ARE THE SUPPLIES FOR A Geometric Pendant Lamp?
How to make a Geometric Pendant Lamp:
Although, this project looks intricate, it was as easy as could be. I started by trying to see main basic shapes in my inspiration lamp. Then, using the wooden skewers, I created four different main shapes. Each corner was secured with hot glue.
Once the four shapes had been created, I started glueing them together. I glued three of them at their top vertices so as to create a place to hang on the light socket.
After those shapes were glued, I simply added a few more wooden skewers to create additional interest. This really is a personal preference for it’s look.
I could not be more pleased with how this Geometric Pendant Lamp turned out.
It fits in with the decor perfectly in my office + guest room.
Starting now in May and ending in August, we will be showcasing an inspired project from a pre-decided home decor store. Be sure to check out the other amazing projects!