Chandelier is something used for lighting but it is more of a decorative item. The chandelier is designed with some basic styles and these are as below,
The basic purpose of designing the chandelier is to provide lighting in a nice way. Decorative crystal chandeliers are usually used to decorate salons or halls. While the funky chandeliers are best fixed in the living room or children’s room.
For this style of chandelier it is stated that anything can go with this style. There are many attractive ways to design this chandelier. With a little effort and interest, ham chandeliers can be made at home as well. Here are some outstanding styles in funky chandeliers listed below,
This is a simple chandelier that is quite cheap in pricing. All that is needed is 5 hula hoop in the same or different colors. Now a beautiful chandelier can be made by these hula hoops overlapping each other and nailing them in a common place. Only a single high voltage fluorescent lamp is required to hang between these hula hoops. This elegant chandelier gives the child’s room an exciting feeling. The cost of making this chandelier is no more than $ 30.
This is another example of funky chandeliers, here a nature-inspired chandelier is formed with the help of two pieces of 36 inches and 2 pieces of 24 inch long scrap wood and 10 bottles of masonry in different sizes. A rectangular frame is prepared by joining 4 wooden planks and attaching them using nails. Now with the help of 8 eye nails, the mason jars are hung with the base of this wooden frame. The strings are tight with the mouths of the jar to hang them in different lengths. Lighting is provided here by attaching small low-voltage battery-powered light bulbs to the jars. For more decoration, natural shrubs from the plants are used to hide the wooden frame. This type of funky chandeliers is the best decorative lighting system for the open patio.
In addition to the above, there are many more patterns in funky chandeliers that are best placed in lounges and patios. Choose the best that matches the furniture and the color scheme at the place where these are fixed.