A shopping guide with 15 gorgeous industrial farmhouse chandeliers for a tight budget under $200.
Wait a second… I feel a Sia impersonation coming on…
Iiiii wanna swiiiiiing from the chandelieeeeeeeer!
Okay, I got that out of my system.
Y’all! I have 5 halfway finished projects sitting around our house right now either waiting for paint to dry or for one last finishing touch. If you ever get the idea that I have this neat, orderly way of finishing DIY projects, just erase that from your brain right now.
I blame the warm weather and our itch to get out of the house and play in the spring sunshine with the kiddo. Delays happen, but in the end, we’re still a little family of three having fun together in this late 20-something stage of life.
But then I realized, in the last month or so, I’ve gotten requests for more budget decor shopping posts, particularly in the lighting category. I hope these types of posts help y’all in some way to let you bring industrial farmhouse style into your home without making you feel like you need to spend some astronomical price for what you love.
I poured over all of my favorite budget decor shopping sites and came up with a list of gorgeous farmhouse style chandeliers for under $200. (Even $200 is pushing it for me sometimes. The less expensive, the better, so many are way cheaper than that.)
You can click on the individual chandelier images below to browse.
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Some of these chandeliers are on sale right now, so their prices might change. For most of these sites, you can use coupons and discounts on top of the sales, which you can find in this post I shared a while back:
And if you’re more of a ceiling fan kind of er…fan… (Haha! Had to.) You can find 10 stylish non-boring ceiling fans in this post below. Because hot-natured people and chandeliers don’t always mix.
And if you’re more a DIY than buy kind of person, you can see all of my DIY light fixture projects here.
Do you have a favorite chandelier of the bunch? Do the budget home decor shopping guides help you? I’d love to know since being helpful is always my goal.