$70 Thrifted Wood Chandelier

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Lighting is like the jewelry for your home. Interior lighting trends change so often it’s hard to know what is a passing fad, or what is considered truly timeless styling. I find myself changing our lighting in our home about every five years. Once we painted our kitchen cabinets and added new hardware, we knew it was a matter of time to choose a new light fixture in the dinette. I’m pretty sure the lights were the original from when the house was built 15 years ago.

70 dollar chandelier Our $230 kitchen makeover by DIY blog  snazzylittlethings.com

I came across this $70 wood chandelier on Facebook Marketplace, and I knew I had to have it. This brings our total investment in the DIY kitchen remodel up to $230! Seems we’re going for a lighter, airier look which is sooo different than our previous home. Natural wood tones and organic fabrics make my heart sing.

70 dollar thrifted chandelier in dinette

The new chandelier leans more towards the modern-classic with a twist of “farmhouse” — but I love it. Notice our “dark and moody” mantel makeover I shared the other day? It doesn’t look so dark when surrounded by white walls. Without the dark paint it was a little lost over there.

Living room: before

Living room, “before”

Our subtle nod to the brass trend

New kitchen hardware in antique brass

I see lots of bold, brass fixtures these days. My subtle “nod to the trend” is antique brass. I mix it in using picture frames and I mix metals elsewhere. But not in my lighting. So organic, woodsy tones it is.

It looks a little lighter in this photo than it actually is…

And here’s a quick reminder of what the kitchen looked like when we moved in (August 2018).

Kitchen with cherry cabinets

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6 Comments

  1. Your makeover is wonderful, the chandelier was quite the find, It all looks amazing. Hugs! P.S. I invite you to share at the TFT link party.

    1. Jeanette, DIY Blog SnazzyLittleThings.com says:

      Thank you! I’ll check it out!

  2. Lovely kitchen makeover! I don’t think I’ve ever seen a wooden chandelier. Very cool!

    1. Jeanette, DIY Blog SnazzyLittleThings.com says:

      Thanks so much!

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