Step 1

Choose the Vases

The exterior light bulb must fit through the opening of the vase. Take a bulb with you shopping or make sure it fits through old vases you already own. Find one vase that stands out and make that your centerpiece for the chandelier.

Step 2



Close up of holes drilled into bottom of glass chandelier designs for gazebo lighting on Yard Crashers.

Drill Holes into Vases

A hole needs to be drilled into the bottom of each vase to secure the light bulb and connect it to the lighting wire. Using a glass diamond bit and a small amount of water, drill carefully into the center of each vase. Press gently down as your drill the vase.

Step 3



Close up of a green glass chandelier bottom where a hole was drilled and a sockete attached to light a gazebo area on Yard Crashers.

Insert Socket and Rod

Set the light socket inside the vase and thread it through with a rod that fits.

Step 4



Contractor hangs a glass chandelier from the galvanized gazebo with sire on hooks on the wooden beams that hold the gazebo roof on Yard Crashers.

Attach Wire Through Rod

Using landscape low-voltage lighting wire, run wire through the top of the rod.

Step 5



Contractors mount an outdoor chandelier design made of color glass to light this gazebo on Yard Crashers.

Mount Chandelier

Using eyebolts, hang chandelier from top of patio or gazebo, run wire at different lengths for a staggered look. Use galvanized wire to support the weight of the chandelier, so the lighting wire doesn't rip out of the vase. Run wire to the transformer.