Basket DIY light fixture
I’ve been redecorating my kitchen over the last few months and I will finally be posting the reveal tomorrow! I just need to finish going through all of the pic’s I took. However here’s a fun little project we completed a few months ago. The pic’s aren’t great, but they work. ;)
Over Spring break (yeah I know…FOREVER ago) my husband helped me make a DIY light fixture. I found this fun old basket on clearance at Hobby Lobby and thought it would be a super cute light fixture for my kitchen. I headed to Lowes and found a light fixture starter kit and my husband worked his magic.
First we cut off the handles with a saw. Then we drilled a hole in the center of the basket for the wires to go through. After that I gave it a few coats of blue spray paint. Once it was dry I hand painted chalk board paint on to the front. Finally we put the wires through the hole, screwed in the connector pieces (read directions on your kit carefully) and then placed a funky vintage light bulb in. I found the light bulb at Lowes as well.
I love how it turned out. It gives my kitchen a fun and unique feel. You could do this with differnt baskets or planters. I’d love to see if you try it. I’ll be doing my full kitchen makeover tomorrow, so make sure to come back and see it!
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