While the dodecahedron (12 pentagonal faces, 3 meeting at each vertex) model might have been suggested as the global geometry of the universe, all we see is a magnificent masterpiece of lighting design.
Made from 30 pieces of wood, this pendant light fixture is a DIYer’s dream!
Whether you choose to work with it, hide it, or disguise it, there is a creative solution for coping with your boob lights.
New lighting is undoubtedly one of the easiest ways to update the look of your home, but one glance at the prices of light fixtures prices might leave you searching for better, more affordable alternatives for brightening your home in style.
Well, let’s explore some creative options that make the most of your existing fixture. Contemporary Cabaret shares a whimsical solution to working with your boob light…a feather boa wreath around it. And although I wasn’t able to find a DIY version of this idea, I’m sure one exists somewhere out there! Young House Love also chose to hide one of their boob lights using the same method. Whether it’s with wax paper, vellum paper, or real capiz shells, this is a fantastic way to disguise your ugly flush mount fixture!