Pendant Light DIY…

Ok, this may be my favorite DIY that Elise has tackled thus far! It’s stylish, easy to achieve and goes with a variety of aesthetics. Be inspired and take notes!

What you need:

Clamp light
Gold spray paint
Electrical plug replacements
Wire cutters
Wooden beads

Disassemble the clamp light.

Spray paint the light cage gold.

Cut the electrical cord towards the end close to the plug.

Thread the wooden beads down the electrical cord. Follow the instructions that come with the replacement plugs to put your electrical cord back together and PRESTO!

Cheers, Elise (Check Elise’s kids clothing line here.)

DIY designer, styling and photography: Elise Vaughn.


8 comments on “Pendant Light DIY…

  1. Betsy on said:

    The pendant looks great! Do you know who made the fiber art on the wall? I have a piece that looks exactly like it and I bought it at an antique store. I’m just curious to see if maybe an artist made them or if there are more out there. Thanks!

  2. agnes szucs / iiiinspired on said:

    A nice one! Lovely beads… but I love the wall rug the most! :) :P


  3. Marsha on said:

    I love it! Where is the clamp light from?

  4. simplygrove on said:

    Marsha- $8.99 from Fred Meyers!

  5. simplygrove on said:

    I found it at a thrift store, so I’m not sure who the artist is. Elise

  6. simplygrove on said:

    Thank you, Agnes!

  7. Margaret on said:

    Absolutely stunning blanket/bedspread. Can you share who makes it or where you found it?


  8. simplygrove on said:

    MM- It’s vintage!

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