How to Make Sputnik Chandelier
The first satellite that ever orbited the earth was the Soviet Union’s Sputnik satellite, launched in 1957. Soon thereafter the launch inspired the creation of NASA in the United States, which in turn launched an infatuation with all things and objects space-related. Furniture and accents embraced this influence, with iconic pieces, including the sputnik chandelier, showing that this style has staying power in hip households. From Design Within Reach’s Satellite Chandelier (shown here) to the vintage ones you might spy at an antique store, these chandeliers’ unique shape have made them a standout piece in homes.
Instructions to make sputnik chandelier: one related to space Hanging Tree ornaments holiday Spider. You can mix and match different star ornaments or hang the different planets of the bars of the lamp. Then, weave a garland space-related flexible wire, metal wrapped around the spider to form a crown around the frame type spider. His wreath can be characterized by stars, planets, rockets or spacecraft, for example.
The last instructions to make sputnik chandelier is buy lampshades miniature bulbs are placed on. The shade should be all white, or may occur in space designs with themes such as stars, comets and planets.