Published at Wednesday, February 21st, 2018 - 00:19:12 AM. lamps. By Tatiana Ardouin.
Creating the lamp base is probably the most enjoyable part of the lamp making process. If you've chosen a clear container such as a wine bottle or canning jar, you can fill it with decorative materials. Marbles, pebbles, sand art, seashells, dried beans or buttons would all be good choices. Heavier materials will help to add weight to the lamp base, making it more stable. If you've chosen an opaque container, you can fill it with pebbles, sand, lead weights, coins or other heavy materials. If you are using a lamp kit which is designed to simply plug into the base, you can fill it before wiring it. However, if you are using individual components you may need to do the wiring step before filling the base.
Imagine, if you will, a lamp that constructed of geometric squares made of glass positioned in an interesting geometric pattern allowing you to light either one or all three squares? The modernistic sculpture you see before you is a glass table lamp. There are also iron urn type of lights that have glass inset in them so that again, it can be used as a glass table lamp with a lit inside, or it also can be used as a gently lit a night light. In that case, you may use any kind of shade with it that fits your general decor.
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