1. Beautiful makeover! Your ideas are amazing! I did a chandelier makeover when I renovated my daughter’s bedroom years ago. I used pink quartz pendant pieces for jewelry making, strands of rosary beads, and iridescent mother of pearl shell pieces purchased on Etsy. Since it was a brainstorm back then for me to remake her Home Depot chandelier with jewelry pieces and I wasn’t sure how it would come out in the end, I kept it very simple. Pink quartz chandeliers are available nowadays but very expensive. It’s posted on my Instagram @pisces2_21. One day, if I I have more time on my hands, I’ll try another chandelier makeover on a more grand scale. Love your blog!

    1. It’s a beautiful chandelier. Checked it out! Love your garden so much and that amazing macrame chair you made for your sister. Stunning! Oh and thanks 🙂

      1. Thank you so much! And thank you for following me on Instagram! Have a great day!

  2. I’ll admit, I was skeptical before I saw the after pics. The chandelier is already so lovely. But somehow you managed to create something entirely different that is just as gorgeous as what you started with. I want one! 😁love love love it.

    1. Thanks so much, Kristin! Glad you like it.

  3. Julia, you hit it out of the park! I love it so much, it’s beautiful and so very ingenious. It gives the room an entirely new look.

    1. Thank you so much Cristina, the other one was just barely visible which has bugged me for years.

  4. This is exactly the idea I was hoping to find. I have a long 90’s chandelier in my foyer that I am hoping this will work! Thank you for sharing how you did this and wish me luck :)!

    1. Oh I definitely wish you good luck! Glad you like it.

  5. Thank you for sharing for this idea. When I punched in “how to hide a chandelier” into the search engine, I wasn’t expecting any helpful results but this article is thorough and step by step. I rent and have this hideous (probably 30+ years old) chandelier in my dining room that I cannot remove, but now I could finally cover up that ugly thing. The tools and materials mentioned here aren’t expensive either. I can’t wait to try this out.

    1. Oh I’m glad you like it Janet. If you try it and it works out, send me a photo. I’d love to see!

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