Front Porch Chandelier Style

Front porch chandelier – Chandeliers add soothing light and elegance to any room, indoors or outdoors. Although most of the chandeliers have round arches covered in lights, you do not need to conform to traditional. Modern design is linear chandeliers, chandeliers shaped like rectangles and straight lines instead of circles. This design works well in traditional decor and the eclectic or minimalist styles. They also offer light where there are no surviving fixtures. Moreover, you can keep your decorating budget intact by building one of these chandeliers himself.

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Choose a location for your linear chandelier. They look charming over table’s porch roof.  Measure the length of your tree planting basket. Available at garden centers, you can have rectangular, filigree baskets in several sizes. Each rectangle longer than it is wide, works for a front porch chandelier. Check your roof over rafters with two dots placed the length of your basket. Twist 1:01 / 4-inch diameter eye hook in each hole. Eye hooks are thick, metal hooks meant to hold heavy objects. Twist until the hook of each eye is flush with the ceiling. Seats hooks in the rafters prevent the hooks from falling.

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Cut two pieces of chain with bull milling for about 2 1/2 times the length you want the chandelier to be from the ceiling. Grinding a black S hook on each end of each chain. Slip S hooks on the corners of your wire basket.  Then fill the wire basket with candles and white or cream. Grip each chain in the middle and loop the middle link of each of an eye hook. The chains should form triangles in each end of the front porch chandelier.

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