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The other day I showed you how to swag a chandelier. I think many of you fell in love with my sunny yellow light fixture (painted Summer Squash by Rustoleum.) Admit it, you fell for her!

I will tell you how you can get your own! It shouldn’t cost you more than $20 with materials!

Jump on over to Parentables to see how you can easily transform a brass chandelier (or any metal light fixture for that matter.) Beware, you may be spraying all of your home’s light fixtures after you see how easy it is.

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  1. Rhiannon
    Rhiannon says:

    I love the idea of painting the brass light fixtures. Wondering, can I paint the brass on my brass and glass shower door? Would I use the same method? Thank you!

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  1. […] While the glass was drying I took apart the rest of the light fixture; removed the light bulbs and sleeves and covered the sockets with tape. A quick wiping with a clean rag and the fixture was ready for some spray primer and oil rubbed bronze spray paint. (Follow this tutorial for more details on spray painting light fixtures.) […]

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