Homemade wooden chandelier lighting can add the right touch of personality to a room. They also make great conversation pieces and gifts. Using common household items, you will truly make your room unique. Date apply to ancient times when people lit their caves with burning branches that were mounted between rocks on the wall. In Medieval times, the same concept was used in castles chaining huge torches on the walls. Today’s sconces have the same purpose of providing light. Make a lamp using a piece of wood, three or four glass candles, a picture hanging kit, ink for wood or paint and glue. Cut the rectangular shaped wood that is wide enough to hold the votive glass candles spaced horizontally two inches apart and long enough to hold the two spaced candle holders apart advanced vertically. Dye or paint the wood and let it dry. Glue the votive glass candle holders to the wood using glue for glass and wood. Place the hanging box kit on the back of the wood and drop it. You can cover an old wood candelabrum to create a new look and mood. Lamp covers can stick shells or wood beads to it. Both materials can withstand the heat generated by a light bulb and come in a variety of shapes, colors, and sizes. Remember that when you paste to ensure that the elements overlap. This offers full coverage and adds dimension to the lamp. Light shines through a single layer will be lighter than light shines through multiple layers.