Bronze light fixtures are a fun way to put instant romance into a setting. Your luminaire base can be as simple as a part of driftwood. This type of luminaire is more about the simplicity of the lights and the use of an arrangement that can be reused as often as you like. The bigger the base, the more styles of light you can fit the base, the lighter your light will be. Letting the stearin build up over time will add to the atmosphere. Keep the top of your plank as flat as possible so that your light is secure.
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Place wide driftwood or aged ladder plank on a work table. Brush the bronze light fixtures to remove dirt and insects. Some pieces can be boiled or dipped to make sure any insects in the wood are gone. Drill two holes 3 to 4 inches apart 2 inches from each end of the board. Slide a tray on an eye bolt. Push the bolt through a hole in the board. Put a tray and a nut. Tighten the nut with a wrench. Repeat for each remaining hole so that all eyes are facing upwards. Cut four light chain 12 inches long. Connect one end of a chain to the eye bolt with an S hook. Connect the other chain to the adjacent loop bolt in the same way. Hook the two chains together with an S hook. Repeat for the other end of the board.
Measure the length of the board between the eyebrow ends. Screw two large screw eyes into the ceiling here spaced apart. If you do not screw the studs, use wall anchors to help support the bronze light fixtures. Cut two pieces of the chain to the length you want. Attach one end of the chain to the S hook that holds the two chains. Attach the other end to the ceiling screw the eye with another S hook. Nail end nails through the bottom of the wood plank so that 1-inch of the nails upward through the top of the plank at each position where you want to install a light. Touch my bottom of the backlight in the nail. The nail will keep the light in place.
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