Decorative gift wrap supplies such as beaded string and/or ribbon can make for excellent crafting material. Give a sparkly update to cone shaped floral foam by covering its exterior with beaded string. First, update the cone with acrylic paint in the same color as the beaded string. Next, wrap the entire cone with the string, keeping it held in place with hot glue.
Built-in cabinetry gives valuable storage space to this dining room; the upper cabinets have glass fronts to show off pretty dishes. Above the dining table, a unique chandelier is decorated with beads and wrought iron.
A classic white table lamp sheds light throughout the laundry room, where gray bead board walls stand as a stark contrast to white cabinets and appliances. “It’s an eye-popper, really good looking, and very tailored,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
Birthdays, holidays and other special occasions call for a meal in the dining room down the hall. With a long table, ten slipper chairs and a beaded chandelier, this spot is both functional and elegant.
Curtail beaded garland tangles with an everyday plastic water or soda bottle. You might think the beads would get stuck, but they easily slide out when you tip the bottle over. Got kids? This storage solution doubles as a festive noisemaker.
Dark wood ceiling beams and trim honor this home's original Spanish style architecture. The beaded chandelier gives the room an elegant, global look that complements the existing Mediterranean features.
This breakfast room features a custom banquette and table. The table is made with a custom terrazzo top and hammered nickel base, and the banquette is upholstered in rich red leather. The Josef Frank fabric of the Roman shade ties together the banquette and the lapis-and-coral-beaded chandelier.