Designed by Wilma of By Wilma this DIY Fruit Bowl Lamp was previously featured in a Decoist post on DIY Lighting.All you need: a wire fruit bowl and a lamp base of your choice (you can thrift both).Don’t forget the bright yellow spray paint!
But these unique lights bring along with them an inimitable aura that spreads a fuzzy cozy glow which elevates the mood of a room instantly.A nonchalantly hung set of strings lights on the wall or those wrapped around a chic mirror in the living room can become instant focal points and blend in perfectly with a sleek contemporary theme.
Don’t worry about making big of a statement.Quite the contrary a grand chandelier in the foyer will enhance your home’s appearance turning it from a mediocre wonder to a grand-slam masterpiece.Here are some not-so-typical chandeliers that boast sophistication and charm:
Fork is also pretty flexible and has a 360 degree range of movement.If you love to catch up with your favorite titles in bed before dozing off then Fork is the ideal choice.There is also a grey version of the lamp if you are redesigning after drawing inspiration from 50 Shades of Grey!
The latest pint-sized version of this popular suspension lamp is even more visually appealing than its predecessor.Combining the effortless elegance and flowing curves of the Japanese paper lanterns and outdoor bamboo lights with warm earthen shades these stylish pendants sure add some understated class to your home.
Add to this all the summer parties that your porch will host and it is never too early to start thinking about outdoor lighting.Strings lights are absolutely perfect for the patio and the backyard.Creating romantic and picturesque settings with their dazzling demeanor they tend to transport you into a completely different dimension.