Garland Decoration Ideas For Wrought Iron Chandelier

I have a black wrought iron chandelier in my dining room, and I would like to put some kind of old fashioned vine type garland around and through it. My home was built in 1870's, and my dining walls are painted 'antique ruby'. The less expensive the better...any ideas? Thanks for your help.


Beth from New Hampshire

September 11, 20070 found this helpful

What about some type of greenery like ivy studded with little artificial birds?Or maybe hang clumps of mistletoe? It's very pretty and seems to last forever.

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September 14, 20070 found this helpful

A catalogue I get called Sturbridge-- with lots of high dollar stuff, is using a "vine" of red berries-- bet you can find it at WalMart or your local craft place-- I like the effect, too.

good luck

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September 14, 20070 found this helpful

Have you thought about using actual living greenery such as muscadine vines or grape vines? As they dry you may even like that effect also.

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