This time of year gets very busy with all the prepping for the holidays. If you are trying to update your homes during this season it can get a little overwhelming. With this in mind, I think a great place to start is with new lighting. It’s one of the quickest and easiest ways to transform a space. A new chandelier in the dining room, entry way or new pendants over the kitchen island will have a beautiful impact on the overall look and feel of your home. Today, I want to share with you an example of a dining room where the new light made all the difference and how you can easily replace your light fixtures yourself.
For this dining room I wanted a chandelier that was grand enough to make a statement, but with a pretty coastal vibe. The white hanging beads and gold details of this light were the perfect fit for this space. This light was a splurge, but well worth it. If you want to invest in lighting, but make it a more affordable update, replacing it yourself is a great way to save money. Having someone replace the lighting throughout your house can really add up. Fortunately, I’ve found an excellent resource for how to replace a light fixture. DIYZ is a new app I use for all my DIY projects.
The DIYZ app is an easy way for me to pull up all the information and guidance I need to tackle home improvement projects with confidence. For this project, all I had to do was a quick search on how to replace a light and it gave me a full overview of the project.
The app instructed me on everything I needed to do the job starting with the difficulty level and time it would take. It even gave me a complete material list to get started. I needed a couple of items so I was able to order them online, directly from the app, and they were delivered right to my door.
From there all I had to do was follow the detailed step-by-step instructions. There were 10 steps for this project with clear pictures and how to videos if I needed.
The process was easy and straight forward from there. I love that it made replacing a light so doable on my own.
Thanks for joining me for this post on replacing a light fixture. See below for a reference guide on how high to and where to hang your chandelier. I hope you have a wonderful day!.