Funny Expandable Bedside Lamp

It is said that laughter makes you fatter. I do not know if it is true but I do know that a good joke, a smile or a funny thing will make you feel good. I just love the people with the sense of humor and I admire those who do not lose their smile even if they have a hard life or who are old and you tend you find have full of worries instead of ready to tell you a good joke.

A funny object will always make you smile if it has an attractive design. The same thing will happen to you if you see this funny DIY Expandable Bedside Lamp. Its cute design and the fact that it is really easy to do it by yourself can be a really attraction. Each time you think to go to bed you remember the funny bedside lamp which is expecting you to use it. Your lecture before taking a nap or doing something else before you go to sleep will become more pleasant once you have to use your cute expandable bedside lamp. For kids this funny expandable bedside lamp will be excellent for their room as they love all the interesting and funny objects that can make their bedroom more attractive.

This DIY project is really easy to be done and all you need is: a classic IKEA FRÄCK bathroom mirror, a lamp socket, an adapter nut, a plug, good looking wire, and some tools. Now all you have to do is to wire the lamp, remove the mirror itself from the mirror base and screw the lamp to it.{found on Manhattan Nest}

Published by in DIY Projects, on August 23rd, 2011


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