Looking for shades or glass shades to fit this chandelier. I looking for some that will match this picture.
Home improvement store carry replacements for light fixtures. Another option is a thrift store.
You can often find replacement light fixture globes at places like a Habitat Restore. I doubt that you will find globes that look like your picture however I think you could use some pretty tissue paper to decoupage over the globes. If you use tissue paper it would be thin enough to let some light through. You can also change the color of your globes by painting them Here's one way to do that.
Hi! I think frosted glass would look terrific with that picture. Find a wide variety of them at Lowe's!
Lighting specialty stores will carry them. Take the chandelier in and try them out. :)
garage sales, thrift stores, estate sales, online, restoration supply,building supply chains,antique mall/store,lighting stores https://www.google.com/search?q=chandelier+globes&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS750US750&source=univ&tbm=shop&tbo=u&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjL_MCRw67oAhUUrp4KHZc2DCAQsxh6BAgOECs&biw=1366&bih=657
Check out amazon.com they have LOTS to choose from and best part in this that you don't have to leave home to do this.
Maybe something like this?
Try eBay, I've seen lots of chandelier parts on there
Hi! Lowes lighting section should have some! :)
Try looking for replacement shades, here are some: https://amzn.to/3bgtAKx
Habitat for Humanity has tons of glass shades and very cheap. Lowes sells them, so does Home Depot.
Lowes sells them!
Just measure the base they would sit in, and head to Home Depot or Lowes. They have them for sure
Hi Monica: Those pretty glass shades you see hanging down will also stick up :) So, if youfind some you like, see if they will fit into your fixture. Good luck
Home Depot has replacement glass or you could go on eBay
Lowes, Home Depot, Menards
Take the measurement of where the base of the globe will fit and search at Haibitat or thrift stores for clear glass globes. You could then paint them with translucent paint in one of the colors of your painting. Even make a design with the paints to mirror the design of the artwork. What fun and it would be very unique. Good luck.
Try eBay or Thrift Store, Markets, Garage Sales etc..........
Maybe antique shops?
eBay has a lot of them ..just measure and add that into description while on eBay