• d l

    Chandelier made with a wine barrel, empty wine bottles and strands of Christmas lights... Perfect for a bar area

  • Shannon Young

    DIY wine barrel and bottle chandelier. Would be awesome for a back porch! Maybe mason jars & an old washtub

  • Katie Sefko

    DIY wine barrell & wine bottle chandelier; perfect for a back porch.

  • Stev Bu

    Wine Barrel / Wine Bottle Chandelier - this would be cool in a wine cellar

  • Monica Shirk

    Up-cycled wine barrel and bottles light fixture.

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