Designers hanging lamps could be very pricy. What if you could make an unique, conceptual pendant lamp without spending a lot of money on it? We can teach you how to do that.
Materials you’ll need
- HEMMA cord set from Ikea
- 20 wooden needles or something similar to them
- Spray paint
- Paper knife
- Some wood glue
- Two-component epoxy adhesive
- Metal scissors
- Glue one needle to the cord set at 90 degrees with epoxy adhesive.
- Glue 2 needles at the right angle to the first one at the same distance from the cord with the wood gluey you’ve prepared. Put a bulb into the cord set and fix the whole structure. The main frame is ready.
- Experiment with needles location and placement. Although make sure not to overweight one side of the lamp. That won’t look very cool. The needles also should touch the bulb.
- Feel free to continue the process until you think the lamp is ready. You also can cut needles with scissors if you think they are too long.
- Once the lamp is ready remove the bulb and paint the frame.
- Put the bulb back and the conceptual hanging lamp is ready.