Thursday, 6 June 2013

Make your own lampshades

Last Valentines Day Mr. Hunter and I went to a restaurant in the Village and I was in love with the decoration. It used glass bottles and jars as lampshades. I haven't got a picture of it unfortunately, but I was sure I would be able to find a tutorial online with tips of how to create that... Well, here it is, we written by Britt & Tom, from the lovely and colourful Dutch Woonblog.


The pictures below are pretty self-explanatory, but if you want a more personal insight on how to make these, use Google Translate and read the couple's post. For me, the hardest part would be to find a lamp socket already wired. I am not quite sure of how to search for it online, but I will update this post after my next trip to B&Q or Homebase.

Photo Credit: Woonblog


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