Whether or not you’ve these half-dome “boob” lights or have been making do with a cheap builder-grade fixture, a miserable ceiling mild can really distract from the look you’re making an attempt to realize in your house. In the event you’re not out there for a new ceiling light, listed here are a couple of ways to improve the fixture that is at present bothering you each day.
Typically, the perfect thing to do is just rely on paint (spray paint, to be particular). Above, this venture by Squirrelly Minds proves that a coat of gold metallic paint can elevate even probably the most primary of ceiling lights.
Ashley from Domestic Imperfection created this Arts and Crafts-style field mild shade with sq. dowels and movie frame glass (plus a couple of different hardware store-sourced finds).
Tara from Making Our Nest put an industrial spin on these ubiquitous crystal-cut ceiling lights by including a black wire basket over the shade.
Christina from Little Victorian confirmed us the best way to get a completely “new” ceiling mild fixture at no cost. The key? Simply cleansing its dingy previous glass shade. The side-by-side picture really exhibits what a distinction this made.
A sunburst-style mirror body turns a primary dome-style ceiling mild into a luxe-looking assertion on this DIY from Simple Details. The thought for this makeover got here when blogger Pam saw an identical fixture with a $700 price ticket. The whole value got here to underneath $50!
Using little more than a black wire basket from a dangling planter, yarn, and wooden beads, this DIY from Love Maegan utterly disguises a gold-and-glass “boob” mild. She did not even should take the sunshine’s glass shade off — this piece matches right over the present fixture.
A strong IKEA shade gets somewhat extra fascinating with a vintage-y detail on its interior. Claire from Pillar Box Blue merely decoupaged a map to create this fascinating (and budget-friendly) look.
This pineapple-inspired pendant by Monsters Circus is probably not a standard ceiling mild fixture, however it is a actually fun approach so as to add a bit of character to a space. The pineapple “prime” is made using leather scraps.