Many of you have asked about my DIY industrial Edison style chandelier. As I promised, here is the tutorial for my dining room, and now kitchen bar lights. The base of my chandeliers are made from a recycled coffee table & cabinet door. The vintage reproduction electrical parts I found on Etsy at Snake Head Vintage. I used the satin nickle light sockets and twisted cloth wire in clay for both of my chandeliers. I also purchased three amber tubular light bulbs for my kitchen chandelier which give a nice warm mood light. For the larger dining room piece I used twelve 20-watt tube bulbs that I purchased at my home improvement store and added a dimmer switch. It is perfect for over the dining room table. Here is a printable materials list and step-by-step to go along with the video tutorial. Enjoy the video and let it inspire you to make your own version of a vintage industrial chandelier. Cheers! ~ Lia
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