24 Ceiling Lights for Under $100

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After finding a boob light at the house Mr. Yolo renovated, I went on a mission to get rid of those outdated lights in our homes. Then I challenged you all to do the same #booblightchallenge! See some crazy installations in my BOOBLIGHT highlight on @ISPYDIY Instagram. They are everywhere!! So I rounded up some of my favorites ceiling light that are $100, most under $50. I have #1- #7 in a bunch of room in our houses, they are my go-to lights! Links after the break…

1. Semi-Flush Mount Ceiling Light (and in Silver)
2. Schoolhouse Modern Industrial Farmhouse Ceiling Light 
3. Vintage Metal Class Ceiling Light
4.  Vera Pendant Light, Brushed Brass/Amber
5. Farmhouse Metal Rustic Ceiling Lights (Set of 2)
6. 15” Industrial 3-Light Vintage Metal Cage Ceiling Light
7. Antique Bronze Finish Ceiling Light
8. Pathson Industrial Brass Ceiling Light
9. Clear Glass Shade Brass Ceiling Light
10. Kira Home Zurich 12” Rustic Farmhouse Ceiling Light
11. Glass Industrial Ceiling Lamp
12. LED Flat Ceiling Light

Add some thin vinyl tape to customize your schoolhouse light! (Light #1)

13. Fivess Antique Light
14. Globe Electric Harrow Light
15. Tangkula Globe Ceiling Light
16. Pathson Modern Ceiling Light Fixture with White Glass Shade
17. Opal Glass Schoolhouse Fixture
18. Globe Ceiling Light, Semi-Flush Mount
19. Retro Brass Mini Metal Cage Ceiling Light
20. Golden Lighting Flush Mount
21. Archeology Industrial Ceiling Light
22. GetInLight LED Flush Mount Ceiling Light Fixture
23. EUL Modern Glass Ceiling Light
24. Modern Globe Ceiling Light


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  1. Unknown says:

    How are you able to hold your phone?

  2. Oh thank you, it’s a very simple DIY so thank you ! It’s not so my style but a very good idea !
    Xxx
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  3. I had a studded case and loved it, great diy.

    xo
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  4. Emmy Surface says:

    Great idea!

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  5. Amazing idea! You’d need a very steady hand, but the finished result would be so worth it. Would love to give this a go!
    Eve & Faye x
    Sugar Spun Sisters – A blog about cosmetics, clothes & coeliac disease

  6. Anonymous says:

    Love the case, especially if it is easy to carry and no pain to use.

  7. Brooke says:

    ahh I love spikes! I am so excited to do this. Thanks!

    xo honestly, b.

  8. Kacie Cone says:

    Looks awesome! I love it!

  9. Eira says:

    I just love your headphones, where did you get them and what brand is it?

  10. Vanja Smole says:

    Great DIY!
    Could you please tell me from where did you get these adorable headphones?

    http://crayonsandbeads.blogspot.com

  11. Jane Stevens says:

    I really like it very much. It is just looks fabulous …….. http://beautiesfactory.co.uk/

  12. Juliana says:

    It looks so amazing! I’ll definitely have to try it out. 🙂

    – Juliana

  13. Anonymous says:

    All you need to do this is a steady hand.

  14. Vanessa says:

    very cute, though not exactly the easiest to fit in your pocket 😛

    http://cafecraftea.blogspot.com

  15. Anonymous says:

    Nice project on a rainy day like today.

  16. enframed says:

    Looks great!!!
    I should try it!
    Thank you for the inspiration!
    xoxo
    Julia

    wwww.enframed.wordpress.com

  17. Georgia says:

    Interesting idea! This case looks cute!

  18. Britnee says:

    Nice stud look for a phone case. May have to try it out.

  19. Rose says:

    So cool! But I guess you would have to be pretty patient.

  20. Wow, great! This DIY trick is very simple, but pretty glamour! 🙂

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