Anthropologie-Inspired Hurricane Lamp


Anthropologie-Inspired Hurricane Lamp


Anthropologie-Inspired Hurricane Lamp
Anthropologie-Inspired Hurricane Lamp

This summer, make every evening spent in your garden an enchanting one with this beautiful Anthropologie-Inspired Hurricane Lamp. This gorgeous free holiday craft is the perfect way to accentuate the summer beauty of your backyard or porch. Made with budget-friendly thrift store finds, this DIY Anthropologie-inspired craft is easy on your wallet while looking super expensive. Pretty and functional, this garden craft idea looks fantastic outside or indoors and adds a touch of sparkle to your next dinner party. With this DIY craft idea, your friends won't believe you when you say you made it yourself.


Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueDIY Craft



Project TypeMake a Project

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The best way to create the rustic feel is in the lighting. We may lice in the city but we can achieve the countryside vibe with a lamp like this one. It reminds me of fireflies or a star studded night at my grandma's place. It's sad that we can't see fireflies as much as we want but with this lamp we can feel them around our homes.

What a gorgeous idea. It will look beautiful nestled in my flower garden by the front door. And if I use tiny strings of solar lights it will come on every night. It will be pretty and useful to light the door way. I just won't call it a hurricane lamp or light. I live in Florida and that is a no-no word! Lol

I think this would look super pretty indoors as well. Maybe on a bookshelf or on a windowsill?


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