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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.

Expensive:

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.

Frugal:

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!

See more frugal look alikes.