Glossy White Nursery Lamp Makeover

I have been known to spray paint a lamp or two before and love the difference a simple change of color can make. Rebecca shares at Project Nursery how she imitated the look of a Jonathan Adler lamp she loved for her baby’s nursery. Rebecca was shopping at Babies R’ Us when a pink and […Read More]

Tripod Table Lamp from Paint Can

Corey from Sawdust 2 Stitches had been struggling to style a set of shelves in her home around the same time she saw a spotlight style table lamp from Pottery Barn. She knew the lamp was just what she needed and came up with a plan to make her own. After a little brainstorming, Corey […Read More]

Patterned Lamp from Recycled Container

I have been known to hoard a container or two (or a hundred) because they offer a plethora of repurposing possibilities. I was pretty wowed when I came across this Pottery Barn inspired lamp on Instructables that was made from none other than a recycled oatmeal container. All dressed up with a geometric pattern and […Read More]

Inventor’s Bell Jar Lamp

I can’t help but get excited when I come across a knock-off that’s totally unique and fun, and this lamp from Jessica at Mad In Crafts is all that and more! Jessica designed her “steampunk-style, industrial accent lamp” using a secondhand bell jar from Goodwill and metal odds and ends from her local Habitat for Humanity ReStore. She spent  only $20 on materials, which is a far cry from the $1298 price tag of her inspiration!

bell jar lamp

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Junk Metal Pulley Lamp

There is no question that Donna of Funky Junk Interiors lives up to her blog’s name. She has an amazing knack for taking legitimate junk and making it funky and fun and just plain awesome! With the help of an artist/welding friend, Donna created this crazy cool, functioning lamp out of a collection of metal odds and ends. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a lamp with more character. Donna says it’s perfect for her “junk inspired home!”

junk lamp

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Modern Tripod Lamp from Piping

Even a cross-country move cannot squelch the design and DIY savvy of Sarah from Sarah M. Dorsey. The girl is uber talented! Sarah busted just enough of her tools out of boxes to create this modern tripod floor lamp from copper piping. DIYing an entire lamp may sound challenging, but believe me when I say that Sarah’s tutorial makes it as easy as pie!

diy tripod lamp

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Turn a Log Into a Stacked Wood Slice Lamp

As soon as Jessica from Fit and Crafty saw a beautiful stacked base lamp on Pinterest, she was in love! Unfortunately, the link led her straight to a $600 price tag, which was much too pricey for her budget. That just meant a DIY was in order, which wasn’t a problem for Jessica who had tackled lamp sockets in the past. Jessica tracked down some free firewood on Craigslist, sliced up the logs, and turned them into a set of stylish lamps.

DIY wood slice lamps

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Thrift Store Honeycomb Lamp Makeover

Megan from Homemade Ginger had been looking for a solid set of table lamps for her office desk but didn’t want to spend much money. After diligently looking at thrift stores for months, she found a set of honeycomb lamps that needed some TLC. With some spray paint, a little tweaking, and a modern lamp shade, these lamps look like new ones worth hundreds of dollars!

honeycomb lamp

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