Awesome DIY Drum Kit Chandeliers & Lights

Awesome DIY Drum Kit Chandeliers & Lights

If you’re a musician or music lover, have you ever thought of using old instruments to create beautiful home decor? Us DIYers and home decor lovers have found some amazing uses for old instruments. In this case, we found some amazing uses for drum kits we wanted to share with you.

The drum sets in these images and articles have been repurposed as chandeliers and lights to light up a living space like music can light up our lives. A few of the articles below actually have tutorials to walk you through the process of creating your own DIY drum kit chandelier or light setup.

Know any drummers who would love these? Feel free to share this with them! They’ll love it! – We did 🙂

 

Link – DIY Drum Kit Chandelier
Link – Drum Kit Chandelier – Instructables
Link – How to Create a Real Drum Shade Pendant Light
Link – Snare Drum Swag Lamp

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Tutorial: Build an amazing DIY pergola with fire pit, swings, & serving area

Tutorial: Build an amazing DIY pergola with fire pit, swings, & serving area

Finding yourself with a lot of room in your backyard and not sure what to do with it? Looking for a place where family and friends can comfortably spend time together? A pergola might just be the what your backyard is missing and you can even build it yourself with this tutorial by Lauren and her husband, Brett, at the Little White House Blog. This couple is in the process of restoring and transforming their 100-year-old farmhouse in Alabama.

A pergola is similar to a gazebo but with a roof. The sitting area is typically shaded by wooden posts and a cross section of beams. Instead of adding an actual wooden roof, people often add vines or other plants to complete the roof.

In the article below, Lauren and Brett walk you through their step-by-step process full with images and where you can purchase the right materials to make your very own pergola with a fire pit, swings, and serving area.

Read the full tutorial at Remodelaholic

See the original post by Lauren and Brett HERE

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