By Roderiga Merino. Table Lamps. Published at Friday, August 30th, 2019 - 04:47:47 AM.
Wood lamps look very nice and can be customized to match your home decor, be it rustic, modern, minimalist or simply laid back and homey. This material adds warmth and elegance, it’s easy to work with and pretty cheap to acquire. You can use new wood, recycle old wood elements from cabinets, wool spools, or you could even give driftwood a try. Yes, you read that right, driftwood makes beautiful lamp bases. Here’s what Jan Dickers, driftwood lamp designer, had to say about finding the right wood for her lamps.
Desk lamps help you keep your focus and improve productivity. The variety available now caters to every person’s needs in all sorts of rooms, be it the bedroom, study room, or the office.
We love the look of table lamps in the kitchen. Not only can they be a less expensive and less permanent solution, but when done right, they make a room feel polished and professionally styled. It’s not the most common solution, but it’s one we really like. Here are five smart examples of table lamps in the kitchen.
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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