Looking for a lamp? If that is the case, the best thing you can do now is browse through all these designs and see if any of them would suit your taste. Are you ready to do this or is it that you want to think it all over first? Even those who are demanding, have made their choices here.
24 inch high table lamp with beautiful base shaped resembling oriental woman. Additionally, the lamp features bell shade finished in classic color, and the base is made of porcelain and high quality wood.
This 22-inch height table lamp with a blue car design, features a durable earthenware body that holds a white linen fabric empire shade. The lamp is hand-crafted, includes a 3-way switch, and accommodates 100W compact fluorescent (CFL) bulbs.
Action Figure Lamp - would be an awesome little project for a kids room, or any comic/cartoon/action figure fan.
I love how the spray paint makes these plastic toys look like a complex sculpture. Might be Fun to Try this with Legos Too! When he stops playing with his little toys don't toss them just yet. Get the tutorial at Indigo Amethyst.
What can you do with them when your kids grow up? This DIY Table Lamp is made by using old toys that your child has outgrown.
Secret Bookshelf Light Switch, I linked the Instructables web site with the step by step.
This hand held lantern will make the perfect festival or costume party night light. It is hand sculpted of silk haboti and wire and has been dyed and painted with care. A color changing battery powered led casts a soft glow, and is easily accessed for rep
Awesome lamps feature painted pint-size superstars from geeky films, video games, and comic books.
Action Figure Lamps (or any kind of lamp you want. simply hot glue desired objects to lamp base, then spray paint with chosen colour)
Goodwill lamp. Toys the kids don't play with anymore. Super glue. Spray paint. Awesome lamp for their room!
This clever DIY lamp project brings once-discarded toys back to life in the most amazing way. Repurposing old household items is a great way to clear space, bring new life to your home, and have some creative fun in the process.
A large iconic art deco spelter figure lamp, circa 1930, Germany, the spelter cold-painted in gold, green/blue and brown mounted on a stepped granite base holding aloft an Italian alabaster globe 63cm high
Cris Mercado turned this vintage camera into a lamp with a light kit and an Edison bulb.
DIY action figure lamp for a child's room or for your favorite fan ~ you could make this with all Star Wars figurines, Wrestlers...the possibilities are endless!
I want to have one room in my house with lights that look like fireworks. Magical!!!
Room 365™ Fox Figural Table Lamp - HA HA!! I actually think this is pretty awesome :)
my goodness....I reallllly LLLLOVE THESE!!!! I wonder if they can be made by hand (well, I know they can...but not sure I have the "know how" to do it?) hmm? So love them though. Something I would really consider buying!
ReFab Diaries: Upcycle: Book folding - Free patterns,. Saw these in a wonderful boutique in town, very pricey. Now I know what to do those long winter nights with my thrift store old books. It will be meditative.
Instructable on how to create this wood manikin figure lamp (holding an iPad - or not, up to you.)
Contemporary Kitchen - Found on Zillow Digs. What do you think? i like this look especially the lights i would lighten the color pallet
Cloud lLights - I'd like to wrap some white feathers around lights and hang them in my room!
Replacing outdoor light fixtures.......It's easier than you think. Don't be scared! (Plus, you'll save yourself some money!)
I would like some of these for my child's bedroom rather than plastering the ceiling with stars.
LOVE these lights!! The whole room is amazing, really, but LOVE, LOVE the lights!! Are they DIY??
Lamps in Toyland - glue old random toys onto a lamp base, paint, and you have an amazing, one-of-a-kind lamp for your kid's room!
Poul Henningsen (9 September 1894 – 31 January 1967), Danish author, architect and critic, was one of the leading figures of the cultural life of Denmark between the World Wars. In Denmark, he is often referred to as PH.
Can anyone tell me how this was made? Or at least the original source of the image? I just keep looping between pinterest and tumblr, but I'd really love to figure out how to start a similar project in my own home...