Anthropologie Fringe Chandelier Tutorial

10 Materials
$8
1 Hour
Easy

It’s funny how past trends pop up like unexpected guests, sometimes welcome and at other times not so welcome. Fringing is one such past treasure, and mind you, a very, very welcome one. Needless to say, when we saw Anthropologie's fringe chandelier we knew we had to have it too!

anthropologie fringe chandelier tutorial

The stunning Anthropologie chandelier that stated it all

Dive right into the our Swishing Fringe Chandelier video tutorial! Or, follow the steps below

anthropologie fringe chandelier tutorial

You will need:

  • Large Lampshade Frame
  • Small Wire Basket
  • 1.5m Twine
  • 3m of 150mm Fringing *
  • Light Cable
  • Light Bulb

*See how to .


Tools for the job:

  • Glue Gun & Glue stick
  • Scissors
  • Spirit Level
  • Metal saw
anthropologie fringe chandelier tutorial

Step 1:

Remove one end of the lampshade with a saw equipped with a metal blade. Then remove the top and bottom of the wire bin.


These spheres will form the frame for your cascading fringe chandelier.


Tip: If you don't have an old lampshade or wire basket you can use embroidery hoops instead.


Flatten sharp edges with pliers or use a metal file to smooth smaller sharp bits.


Step 2:

Measure and knot three sections of 100mm twine from the largest hoop (the lampshade frame) to the middle hoop (the largest part of the wire bin). Repeat the process for the middle hoop towards the smallest hoop.


Getting the tiers level are a bit of a challenge.

anthropologie fringe chandelier tutorial

Step 3:

Add the fringing by starting on the lowest hoop. The glue cools downs quickly, so it’s best to work in sections. Apply the glue to a third of the hoop then attach the fringing before moving on to the next segment.


Neatly finish the ends by applying hot glue and folding the fringe over on itself.

anthropologie fringe chandelier tutorial

Once the electrical cord is installed, attach the chandelier and bulb. Switch on the light, bump the chandelier and watch the swishing in action! Now you know how it feels to be a designer – fun, isn’t it?

anthropologie fringe chandelier tutorial

That's it! Congratulations you are now the owner of a freakin' fun fringe chandelier!


Happy Homemaking!

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4 comments
  • Maude LaFountain
    on Sep 19, 2018

    That's really pretty but I think using Yarn would have made it look more fuller if you want it to be fuller ....But I do like it ...looks like a lot of fun to make ...gonna have to try this ...thanks for posting

    • Homeology.co.za
      on Sep 23, 2018

      Thanks Maude! I agree with Nadine, at double (or triple) layer of fringe will be perfect for a fuller look. I think yarn will be a bit more time consuming. We'd love to see the end result! Do post it once you're done!

  • Jo
    on Sep 22, 2018

    Better than the original!! Nice!!

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