The story behind the purchase of this chandelier is in an earlier post.
A few modifications were made to change it from a swag to a center light that would hang from the circular opening in the ceiling.
I found paper to cover the candle holders and glued it in place.
I used a spray on glue applied to the paper only and that worked fine. I also added the glass saucers that I picked up at a sale.
I was able to buy 4 large crystal prisms at a going-out-of-business sale.
All together it was the simple look I wanted for the powder room.
The one I origionally had my sights on is now ancient history.
The single light bulb hanging from the pantry ceiling was looking a little understated. So I dug through my stash and found one that with a little Stainless Steel spray paint fit the bill.
I needed a little help from my brother to figure out the arrangement of parts when reassembling the fixture. I always think I will remember how it goes and sometimes I draw pictures and make notes. But it seems that no matter what I do to prevent it, I always have trouble arranging the parts in the same order they were in when I dismantled it. (ignore the purple bulb???)
I had this paper on hand and decided to try it for the candle covers.
Adding a few crystals uped the sparkle factor.
Now that the lighting is in place we can better see our way to finishing the rest of the details.