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Tulle + String Lights - beautiful for Pref!

Unique Desk Lamp from "Creating the Perfect Home Office: Desk Accessories"

Remodeling News and Views

Unique Desk Lamps from "Creating the Perfect Home Office: Desk Accessories"

Remodeling News and Views

13 Ultimate DIY Outdoor Lighting Inspirations - Are you up for the challenge?! #DIY #Outdoors

An absolutely magical lighting feature. Truly like floating stars since the wires almost disappear. Find em on Amazon

How to Make Mason Jar Lights...Just a little obsessed with these!

DIY: use mini recycled glass tea light lanterns or mini mason jars and wire to create this romantic look

A glowing, light-up carpet? It sounds either kitsch or futuristic, but somehow this unique hand-crafted hybrid rug-and-lighting element manages to put a clever and creative spin on a cozy and conventional home furnishing object – a great do-it-yourself project idea for people wanting to bring a little more light into their room layout. Would be cute as a night light in the kids bathroom.

outdoor lighting on patio...just use old glass pickle, spaghetti, etc. jars

DIY Wine barrel/wine bottle chandelier this is so awesome for the back porch

Easy DIY: Using sheer cloth on a simple wood frame with string lights in the background make a very iconic head board!

❥ Umbrella frame without the cloth, spray painted white, then draped with a long line of little white christmas lights, and hung out on the porch, charming!

Great idea!...add inexpensive solar lights to an old chandelier for outdoor lighting! My new favorite outdoor idea pin!

DIY Rattan Ball Patio Light Strand! Cost is $1 plus tax. Dollar Tree, and other dollar outlets, sell these grapevine deco balls by the bag. Take one of your strings of white Christmas lights, pop the rattan balls over each bulb, hang it up and plug it in! These deco string lights cost a lot when bought in retail stores. You can make your own and pocket the bucks for other DIY fun projects! Pssst! Use up some of the spray paint you have, or use colored lights, and change these up!

Hang a lantern filled with a strand of twinkle lights. It looks like fire flies!

Decorating with christmas lights.