Pendant lights can be expensive and yet not unique. Here is a quick DIY pendant lights idea.
If it wasn’t for waking up early on a Sunday morning and driving the distance, I would have been at the Bangalore Sunday market, every week. It happens on the BVK Iyengar Road every Sunday and getting there real early is the only way to beat the rush and the dust that follows. It’s a long walk, so being prepared physically and mentally, helps.
On my last trip to the Sunday market, I chanced upon these table fan blades in different colors. They weren’t pretty when I saw them, I had to look through a load to get the least dented ones, but I think I could see through the dusty blades and I had an instant idea. I picked up four of them and they sat in a corner of the house for a few weeks before the time came for it to see the light of the day.
So when I was decorating my husband’s office meeting room, I visualized the three fan blades hanging from the ceiling above the table. I wanted a retro feel in that space, and the fan blades were best suited there. I brought them out and shined them with some soap water and a wet rag.
What I use for this project?
3 meters of wire (White)
3 white bulb holders
One metal wire manager strip ( can find in any lighting shop)
3 LED bulbs
It was just a matter of cutting the wires to 3 different lengths, attaching the holder, and passing it through the fan blades. The wire manager holds the wire tightly in place and conceals the wire connections. Since the connections were to be made to the existing building wiring, it needed an electrician for installation. And it was done!
I think it turned out pretty cool, and I am quite proud of it. It sort of fit perfectly into the theme and looks very impressive.