I was never good at skipping rope but I will gladly skip off with this industrial rope chandelier.
Jumping rope can be great cardio excercise and if done properly it can help you burn a lot of calories and improve your overall speed and health. I think it’s the same with hanging a chandelier. DIY folks know it’s never easy to hang a chandelier. It always looks easier than it really is. You have to get the chandelier to hang at the correct height above the table and for some reason the chandelier always starts to spin as the ceiling canopy is tightened. You can burn calories just from the stress of getting it done right. But in the end it’s always worth it. Made from industrial iron with an antique finish, this rectangle chandelier is suspended with four thick ropes made from natural jute. Perfect for over a large rectangle dining table, this rope chandelier will add industrial style to your space. And the fourteen exposed Edison light bulbs will add vintage charm too. So next time you think about getting in shape just try hanging a large rectangle rope chandelier.
Where’s that jump rope.
Or a rope chandelier
Made with an iron frame
And natural jute