Updated: Dec 9, 2018
A family Friend asked if I could make her a few wall scones and a mason jar Chandelier for a restaurant opening in Brooklyn. My response was absolutely!
I Purchased this antique chandelier from Restore in Charlotte for $45
I used Asparagus Jars because there taller then mason jars.
This gave me more options in selecting light bulbs shapes and sizes.
After trying a few bulbs my finial selections was the Edison Vintage Light Bulb
I spray painted all the tops with a metallic Rust-Oleum paint to blend in with the chandeliers brown color. Crystal Teardrop pendants were added as a finishing touch.
I couldn't decide which sizes or shapes I should use so I pick a few different styles and linked them all together with small metal hooks for one unique look.
3 Wall Scones & 6 Pendant lights
I was making 3 wall scones.
Amazon (6Vintage Retro Hanging Pendents) + (4 pack of One Socket Mini Pendents.
Lowes (Antique Light Bulbs)
Hobby Lobby ( 3 Wooden decorative pieces)
3 Asparagus Jars w/ lids
1 can of Metallic Brown Paint for all the (lids)
Wood Pine 2in x 12 wood cut into 3 pieces
Chest nut Wood Stain
Drill (Holes in the lids before painting)