six-armed Tertial chandelier we mentioned almost two years ago was distinctive but achieving a clean look with this one was problematic. To create the above six-armed chandelier also took a lot of time. It also means that the electrical wiring could get complex. IKEA Tertial work lamps. Using three lamps instead of six cuts down on the visual clutter significantly. These lamps have been fixed upside down to create the chandelier. The Tertial lamps are quite cheap, costing $8.99 each, meaning that the resulting light fixture is quite affordable. Jason's goal was to create a cheap, classy, and beautiful lighting fixture. He uses a dimmer to make the whole thing adjustable. six-armed Tertial we mentioned before. Using six arms makes the chandelier look like something out of science-fiction or that belongs in A Clockwork Orange. The arms were also mounted the opposite way, meaning that they would be arching down towards the floor. This could create problems if your ceiling isn't high enough. Mason Jar chandelier. It was put together using a IKEA Kroken utensil rack and an Hemma cord set. The Tertial chandelier has the benefit of being cheaper, but the Mason Jar chandelier will certainly pop in anyone's home.