Note: Since my chandelier has open, curved ends, I was able to make jump rings and just slide them onto the chandelier.
If your chandelier doesn’t have an area where you can slide them on, you will have to make the jump rings directly onto your chandelier.
Seriously, this thing should have been more than .
Updating a chandelier
This is the same paint that I used all over my kitchen and on my bathroom faucet.
I like it because it creates a brushed nickel finish rather than a chrome silver finish.
Wouldn't it be better if you could use LED's that last a decade or two decades and save you the trouble. None of them are as affordable as I would like, and none of them work perfectly with dimmer switches either, which is kind of a problem when you're spending this much to upgrade your lighting.
We wanted to take a close look at your options, so we bought every single 40 watt equivalent candelabra LED we could. All in all, it took us about 18 hours of testing in our lighting lab to get a good luck at each bulb. I've got six of them up here, from [UNKNOWN] Phillips and [UNKNOWN]. The best value among dimmable candelabra LEDs that I found was this seven dollar bulb from Ecosmart.
To sum it all up, these bulbs aren't bad, but they're not quite there yet.