kitchen dish chandeliers

These amazing chandeliers were made by artist Madeleine Boulesteix out of materials she found at her local thrift shops. She incorporates dishes, pots, pans, mugs, beads, and other assorted kitchenware to create these works of art, which she makes on commission for people who order them. I thought some of you might be up to the challenge of making similar chandeliers, so step forward! Who’s going to be the first to make one? I originally posted about these awesome chandeliers at my new site Decor Hacks, which I co-founded with Amy from Mod Podge Rocks! If you haven’t already, please come check out the site. If you are a fan of home decor projects and inspiration, you might want to stick around awhile! [kitchen chandeliers at decor hacks]

Project Estimate:

*note: it’s a little hard to figure out what components one would need for this project, so please comment with your guesses!

  • Assorted dishes, $10 and up
  • Mardi gras beads, $1 and up
  • Goblet, $1
  • Old chandelier light fixture, $5 at thrift store
  • Glue, wire, other stuff to stick it all together, on hand

Total: $17 and up