By Serihilda Ziegler. Table Lamps. Published at Friday, August 30th, 2019 - 04:45:11 AM.
Sometimes overhead lighting just isn’t enough in your kitchen. If that’s the case, you’ll probably consider task lighting, spotlights, or another hardwired solution. Unless, of course, you’re a renter — then you’re stuck with whatever extra light you can work into your space.
This lamp is made out of several connected iron pipes and rustic wood with an Edison light bulb playing the role of a metaphorical cherry on top of this industrial-styled perfection of a lamp. If you’re looking for unique table lamps that will bring more character to your room, this one is definitely it.
There are basic light kits on the market that can help you turn pretty much anything into a lamp. With these instructions from Lovely Etc., you can turn a galvanized lantern into a unique lamp. One thing to note on this project, though, is to be sure you pick the right kind of light bulb that can be in an enclosed space. Some bulbs, even LED ones, emit too much heat and can be a fire hazard.
When it comes to making DIY lamps, the biggest limitation is your own creativity. If eclectic vintage style is up your alley, think of all the retro items that could be converted into a lamp. This vintage fan lamp design from Designing Wilder is a great example of how old items can be repurposed for entirely different uses.
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