Farmhouse Chandeliers On A Budget
Farmhouse Chandeliers On A Budget
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farmhouse chandeliers on a budget
If there is one thing about me, Is I’m slightly cheap. I like to get the most for my buck. But it has to be a quality piece as well. Finding quality + a low price tag seems to be hard in this world. With everything getting so inflated these days, it’s becoming increasingly hard to support the small businesses – which I think it a really vital part in our economy.
Today I’ve compiled a list of my favourite Farmhouse Chandeliers On A Budget. Ones gotta help another shopper out, right?
I also wrote “Farmhouse Lights On A Budget” a1most a year ago. If you’re looking for lamps, this will be a great post to explore. Click here to read.
This cutie is one of my favourite and has forever been on my list to purchase. It’s always a killer deal – and I know a lot of designers with this light in their home. It would look adorable in a nook, in your entrance, or over a small dining table.
Do you remember back in our Farmhouse, the first home I started blogging in? For those of you that have been following me since the beginning will remember this chandelier I had in my space. I swear I sod so many of them that year. It’s a modern piece, but goes so well with farmhouse style. I actually purchased it originally from Home Depot for just over one hundred dollar, but they’e since increased the price by double. So here’s a better option. One thing about this light is you can see the glass is slightly tinted grey – we actually never used the glass with the chandelier. We took it out and used it glass free.
Here’s how it looked in our dining room.
This light is so cute and so cheap. It would look so cute in a small space or a small bedroom.
This light is on the cheaper side and I do not know anyone that has this chandelier, but if you’re on a cut and dry budget, this would look super cute in your space. Don’t like the color? You could easily paint this white and distress it.
Guys This light is only 39.99.. I mean, what a steal. It would look adorable in a little nook with some extra cozy throws & pillows. This comes hardwired too – which is awesome. I thought due to the price it had1 be a plug in, but no, it is a full ceiling light.
Who is really into the wooden bead chandelier look right now? Umm…me. This Chandelier comes in white or wood colour, and it’s a steal of a deal.
This Chandelier right here is oneI’ve personally drooled over for two years. TWO YEARS FOLKS. The only thing with this Farmhouse Chandelier is that it needs to be hard wired. It comes as1 a plug in ( not sure why ). It’s pretty simple to hardwire a light, you just need protection & tools.
This next light doesn’t exactly fit in the category as being a Farmhouse Chandeliers On a Budget…but, I had to add it. It’s another light I’ve drooled over for so long. It’s in famous bloggers homes like “Cotton Stem”. Right now it’s also marked down by 75.00, so snag it while you can
This cutie would look stunning in a farmhouse kitchen, or in a little nook or even entrance. The price is crazy cheap, and you could afford to buy a couple. Farmhouse Chandeliers On A Budget
This light is all kinds of perfectness. I have wanted this light for above our dining table for a while. I normally don’t like crystals, but this light somehow is the perfect blend of everything. Crazy good price too. Farmhouse Chandeliers On A Budget
Hope you all enjoyed this blog and you snag one of these gorgeous Farmhouse Chandeliers. I know that I have my eye on a few and someday, I’ll have them in my home. If you’re needing lamps instead, click here to read my post on discount lamps.
Thank you for stopping by today, I hope you have a fantastic Sunday. Farmhouse Chandeliers On A Budget