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DIY a Floral Chandelier

Dani Caruso
By Dani Caruso

Spring will soon be blossoming into summer and we’ve got the perfect decor to celebrate: floral chandeliers. These arrangements are a great way to brighten up a space that may or may not have overhead lighting. This statement piece is appropriate for everyday decorating as well as elevating an event like a bridal shower or dinner party. Hanging florals from above frees up space on the tablescape, but if you’ve got room for blooms, keep ’em there – you can never have too much. Depending on you decor needs (fragrant vs. long-lasting), opt for either fresh or faux flowers. Pro tip: intertwine a string of fairy lights for an added sparkling ambience.

 

Suspended from an ivory ribbon hangs this gorgeous chandelier stuffed with faux greenery and white roses, making it a perfect option all year round. Get the details from Afloral.

 

Francois et Moi brought the outdoors in by dressing up an existing light fixture with a leafy garland. This piece combines real greens with silk peonies, but can be adjusted to your decor longevity needs.

 

A large overhanging centerpiece delicately livens up this static dining room. Get the steps for this stunning project at A Daily Something.

 

Small pink buds add a playful vibe to this beautiful circular arrangement, and its placement over a dessert buffet makes everything even more appealing. The Merrythought loves fresh florals but stuck with fake flowers for a lasting decoration.

 

Festival Brides shows us how to craft a foliage-filled chandelier with an arrangement of silk eucalyptus and blooms wrapped on a wire round.

 

Add a burst of spring color to your space with this DIY from .simplicite. that uses a bright mix of leaves and florals.

 

This fun ceiling bouquet by Cupricks uses a unique approach to display flowers. Rather than arranging stems in a circular direction, individual pieces hang down for a more whimsical look.

 

Why stop at one chandelier when you can make a hanging trio? Head to Homey Oh My to see how to make this minimal collage.

 

This massive flowery mobile is the ultimate statement piece in any living or dining space. Get the details from Step Inside My Handbag.

Dani Caruso
By Dani Caruso
Dani is House One’s assistant editor. As a Norwalk, CT native, Dani graduated from UConn with a BA in Digital Media and Design. This millennial longs for the days of All That, Tamagotchis, and Dunkaroos. When she’s not working, she’s hanging outdoors, playing with her dogs, or watching makeup tutorials on YouTube.

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