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How Truly Unique Homemade Chandeliers are Designed

Updated on December 24, 2014

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Beautiful yet Creative Chandelier Designs

More people in the global community are looking for new ways to make chandeliers for their homes and offices. A chandelier is an ornament that hangs around a light source or forms part of the light source and is used to make a place more exciting. There are numerous ways that people make their chandeliers. The most utilized means are the use of glass bottles and jars; honey jars, wine bottles or beer bottles. Any individual capable of putting together a home chandelier is more than capable of designing his/her chandelier. As such, Americas are trying to outdo each other by creating beautiful, never before seen homemade chandeliers.

Chandelier making is void of laid down rules. Therefore, anything presentable can be used to make a chandelier. The creator of a truly unique chandelier invests time and money to research on the most innovate designs achievable/executable. A chandelier is all about the material used and less about the skill. No matter how skilled one is, plain and distasteful material will inevitably produce an ugly chandelier. Therefore, nature of the material is necessary, but suitable material is usually fused with some level of skill to produce an artistic chandelier. A real designer can mold a chandelier almost out of anything; paper, glass, plastic, metal even pebbles.

The art of making chandeliers lies in the ideology employed by the craft's personnel. The idea should follow the notion that each and every prototype Chandelier is a masterpiece. After all no two homemade chandeliers are exactly the same no matter how generic the model is. Each and every technique needs to employ the ideology towards a goal; the goal is marvel and splendor. Technique does not always justify the result. Two people can use different techniques and end up with the same chandelier design. However, the method used is a signature if you will, utilized by the maker inscribing the model as his/her own. Hence, a summary of the four things that any home chandelier maker/designer should remember are:

1. Investing in innovation

2. Suitable material

3. Unique ideology

4. Unique design technique

5. Commitment and patience

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