DIY Oyster Shell Chandelier
My mom’s coastal theme remodel is slowly coming together, first the walls were painted a light grey, such a difference from the yellow that was there before.I surprised her with a oyster chandelier I made, I thought it would be perfect for the space and it turned out even better than I thought it would.
I used a vintage metal lamp shade and removed the silk fabric, drilled holes in the cleaned oyster shells (about 120 shells) and strung them on the metal frame, using craft wire.
We don’t live too far from the oyster capital of the south so it was easy to get the shells for free. I also purchased chain and socket hardware from Lowes. It casts a nice glow in her dining room.
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