Simple and creative DIY wall lamp

When you either can’t find the thing you’re looking for or when you just don’t want to waste money on that particular product you can just start your own project and hopefully you’ll be successful. It’s also a great opportunity to exercise your creativity and skills. In this article we’re going to take a look at a very simple but also very practical way of creating your own wall lamp.

Since the lamp is so simple, detailed instructions are not needed. Even if someone wanted to have them, there would be no way of doing that because they just don’t exist. So we’re going to focus on the pictures. As we already said, the lamp is very simple. It’s also modern and interesting, featuring a Scandinavian design. It’s also probably one of the simplest and easiest DIY projects. However, this doesn’t mean it’s less impressive than those complicated projects you can find on our website.

As you can see from the pictures, for this project you’ll just be needing some pieces of wood and some nails. In fact, you don’t even have to replicate the same shape or design. You can just use this as inspiration and come up with your own idea. You could also add color by painting the wood pieces but this would also change the design.{found on weekdaycarnival}



Published by in DIY Projects, on January 23rd, 2012

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