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  • RP = Red Plum
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  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
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Pottery Barn Kids Dahlia Chandelier is a fraction of the cost of the Shades of Light Wood Bead Basket Mini Chandelier!

Can I switch it up on y’all today?  Usually I use the Pottery Barn Look Alike posts to let you know that you can get a similar product somewhere else for cheaper than you can get it at Pottery Barn.

Well, I’ve been in love with wooden chandeliers lately – I think they look so soft and the different texture is a nice combination with the more stiff features in a room.  I went on the hunt and the best price (other than DIY) that I found was at Pottery Barn Kids.  It’s still a little expensive, but a great option if you’re looking for this style.

Granted, these chandeliers don’t look exactly the same, but they’re definitely the same concept.


Shades of Light Wood Bead Basket and Jute Frame Mini Chandelier  ($510 Shipped)

It’s wrapped in jute and the stain of the beads is darker than the Pottery Barn Kids version.  I just can’t even imagine coming close to paying this much money for a light fixture.


Pottery Barn Kids Dahlia Chandelier ($140 Shipped)

The color looks different in the two photos on PB Kids, but I’d be happy with either color.  It’s shown in a nursery, but I think it would be adorable in a more grown-up room.

Have you seen any good deals on wood bead chandeliers?  I’d love to find an even better deal on it!

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