Turn A Thrift Store Lamp Into A Beaded Beauty

Our Crafty Mom
by Our Crafty Mom
$15
3 Hours
Easy
I found a lamp at the thrift store that had really good bones but just needed to be updated. It was the perfect size and shape that I needed and I knew it would be perfect for the farmhouse style I had in mind. Here is a before picture of the lamp base.
I love the white wash finish that is popular at all the large home decor stores and knew I could achieve that finish with just a little paint. I used DecoArt Chalky Finish Paint shown here:
I simply used the small foam brush and lightly added paint across the lamp so the main color would still show through. I love the antique look of the lamp now. For the lamp shade I really wanted a farmhouse style beaded shade using wood beads. It took quite some time but I love how it turned out!
For a full tutorial please visit my blog below. I share lots of upcycled and thrift store projects and would love to have you check it out.
If you like this post you may like my DIY Lantern from Dollar Store Frames shown here http://ourcraftymom.com/diy-lantern-dollar-store-frames/ 


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