Living in the Midwest, the idea of having an outdoor chandelier is usually reserved for those with secured and water-tight porches and overhangs. But what if you used a discarded chandelier for a whole new purpose? A hanging garden perhaps? And who said it had to be hung outside? Certainly not us!We love the idea of this high flying planter and although it doesn't hold much in the way of plants, it should hold at least one per shade. The look could be completed with long hanging vines or bright and cheery flowering options. Either way we think it's an idea well worth filing away for later use.
Aside from using it outside instead of troublesome lighting when bad weather strikes, we think the idea could also be used inside as well. How fun would it be to have one hang down on each side of your bed? A few above your dining room table? It makes your next trip to the thrift store or ReStore all that more entertaining!
• Read the full tutorial to recreate one in your home over at Modish
(Image: Renee Garner of Wolfie and the Sneak for Modish)