Home-Made Farmhouse Lighting

Sep 22nd
Foyer Lighting Low Ceiling
Foyer Lighting Low Ceiling

Lighting is a must for all outdoor parties after dark. Options in abundance, depending on how temporarily you want the lighting to be and your existing interior. Light up nightly festivities with a homemade range of ambient farmhouse lighting. Like citronella Mason jars torches. Incompatible Mason cans can be turned into outdoor hanging lamps, powered by floating tea light candles.

Add thin decorative chain in canvas strips. These to hang your rustic candles from the garden hooks attached to the fence for a new rustic-style variant. Instead of decorating your space with light, dot the evening with home-made oil lamps farmhouse lighting made of repurposed glass cans with metal sock. Tiki torch oil gives a steady burn. While an untreated light bulb from a craft shop delivers the crank to the oil lamp.

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If it is not possible to find flashlight oil in a color that you like, color the oil yourself with stearin color tones. A little spray paint and hole pattern punched with a hammer and nail transform ordinary sheet metal cans into beautiful light-powered luminaries. That put an ambient glow for your farmhouse lighting evenings. Use templates to create themes patterns for a special event or vacation. Dress up the cans with painted stripes or patterns, and your fixtures will look as good before it gets dark, too.

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