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To add a little oomph to a space, nothing works quite as well as a chandelier. These high-drama light fixtures often come with a high price tag, but there are a lot of affordable options out there. If you don't have a lot to spend, you can use spray paint to dress up an inexpensive, second-hand find or you can try one of the budget versions listed below...

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An Alternative to the Traditional Chandelier: Tord Boontje Garland Light for $80
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Gabriel Chandelier from Crate and Barrel on sale for $450

(marked down from $900)

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Bridgeport Chandelier from Williams Sonoma on sale for $300 - $500

(marked down from $825 - $1,200)

Other Options Featured on Apartment Therapy:
Edison Chandelier from Pottery Barn for $399
Daisy Chandelier from Land of Nod for $119
Budget-Conscious Plexiglass and Acrylic Chandeliers
DIY Rope Light Chandelier
Good Questions: How Should I Paint This Chandelier?
Good Questions: Rewiring a Chandelier?