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As one project winds down and I begin to hunt for another...

On the chopping block today, the kitchen light fixture. You know, the one I wired with the spray painted tupperware container? The one that I legitimately found on the side of the road and had broken off of a ceiling fan? Yes. That one. I am done.

I'd like to be to make the fixture itself, though. Right now I'm looking at building something like this...

https://www.etsy.com/listing/233519780/reclaimed-wood-chandelier-light-fixture?ga_order=most_relevant&ga_search_type=all&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_search_query=light%20fixture&ref=sc_gallery_1&plkey=6abbed648f2b02278f4636fdd9613cbef96068ee:233519780

Which seems fairly straightforward, and is exactly how I built a light for my aquarium hood. I'm unsure how the wire cages were built, and I not too fond of the industrial look of the cages. Hmmm...

Any ideas? My main requirement is that it be able to contain multiple bulbs, I like my kitchen to be lit like a surgery. I'd also like if I didn't have to look at the bulbs...
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