I have been wanting to make this teacup chandelier for quite some time and I finally did it.
It started out as this shiny brass retro (not in a good way) light fixture. This is the type of light fixture that had some glass panels that hung from the spokes (you know the kind). I happily paid the thrift store price of $2.49 because I knew it had "good bones".
It had the perfect form for me to hang my spoons and teacups on.
I spray painted my new chandelier white and I added the little wooden knobs on the ends of the spokes because we don't want to lose any of those pretty teacups.
I added mismatched vintage spoons, my favorite teacups, and lots of crystals.
It's the perfect addition to my kitchen.
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