The convenience of finding Hanging Pendent Light Parts in one place can definitely have its advantages.
Making a pendant light – Imagine spending your one day off a week roaming the isles of your local big chain hardware store. You’re looking for all the items you need to put your lighting project together. Running from one of the store to the other and back.
If you are with me so far this is where the scenario will split… You either enjoy the local shopping ‘rigmaroe’ because it adds to the experience of making something or you are the complete opposite, like me. The mere thought of spending my time and energy on merely collecting the components for an upcoming project is draining my energy.
Here is a much better Pendant Light alternative:
Lightingsky has your next pendant light cord already put together. All the electrical components are here:
- 3 foot silicone, braided wire
- Suitable for: 1-100W LED bulb, energy saving bulb, and vintage bulbs
- Compatible voltage: AC 110V-240V
- Ceiling mounting hardware
Incorporating a glass bottle – Now that you have your pendant light kit, you can outfit it with your favorite glass bottle.
Awhile back I made a Bailey’s Pendant light by drilling out the bottom of the bottle. With a glass bottle cutter you can simply cut off the bottom of your favorite bottle and have a pendant light that shows your own personal taste.
The Lightingsky colorful silicone ceiling lamp holder comes in 10 different colors that will help accent any room in your house.
You will be able to find the perfect color for every one of your hanging light projects!
If you’ve made a pendant light before, we would love to see pictures and share them with our readers.
Send an email to contact@with your picture(s), your name and a description and or any tips you would like to share with us and our readers. If you have a blog you can also include the web address and we will link back to you.
Do you have questions on how to make a pendant light or cut a bottle? Leave me a comment below.