Do-It-Yourself Table Lamps

You can make your own table lamp

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Be creative, light up with your own DIY Table Lamp. (Photo Credits)

Table lamps are important especially by the bed side. The problem however is that for some artsy people, the usual lamp designs may not suit their fancy. Builders and Contractors  

The simple solution to this is making a DIY Table Lamp. Refurbished Ideas for instance shared a great step-by-step article on how to make a rope knot table lamp. “Rope knot table lamp is made from thick nautical rope that is tightly twisted and knotted. Original Pottery Barn Rope Knot Lamp cost 245$. You can make a close replica for just 25$.”

Check out the guide here.

Innovative and Functional

For Mason Jar lovers, this Mason Jar lamp shared by The Homestead Survival is just perfect! Electricians 

“With each of these materials, you can make up your lamp in no time at all. Don’t forget to get some stain or paint for the wood plaques that will serve as your lamp’s pedestal. The right stain or paint can make all the difference in the world as you change out the glass jars you use as the lamp covers. When you find the right looking mason jars, you should be able to choose from a variety of colors or even paint them yourself using enamels or DIY paint.”

Read the rest of the article here.

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Apart from table lamps, Lamp Tables can also be produced via the DIY route as shared by the website FamilyPhotosFoodCraft.com. “a really quick and easy project. If i was to make another one i would stick the board straight onto the back of the tile, and cut around it to avoid the pen marks around the sides. I am thrilled though with how it turned out.”

Check out the instructional guide here.

What do you use as a table lamp in your home?

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This post first appeared on Tim Queen BlogspotFirst Posted By Alleine Higgins

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