Special Diy Brass Table Lamp

Feb 8th

Brass Table Lamp – This is one of those diy that first scare. Scary because making a lamp involves electricity and nobody wants to take a shock because it involves handling a lot of pieces whose names you have never heard in life … but the truth is that it is a make this lamp diy is very easy. With all the pieces on the table in less than an hour you can have the lamp made, with that I tell you everything. The first thing you have to do is to drill the base with a drill to allow the cable to exit. For this you have to use a drill for metal, otherwise, it is like boring the table top or a wooden board.

Brass Table Lamp Solid
Brass Table Lamp Solid

With the perforated base, you can move on to the assembly. It is super easy, you just have to go through the simple cable (the one that does not have a plug or switch) through the different parts of the brass table lamp in this order: Once this is done and with all the pieces adjusted, flex the lamp to see how much cable left underneath. Leave only 2 or 3cm of excess cable, cutting the rest. With the cable cut, the next step is to connect it with the lamp’s own cable, which includes a plug and switch. For that, you need the terminal.

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In this other post where I explain how to make a diy brass table lamp I tell you very clearly how to do it. Fit the terminal into the hollow of the weight and fasten it with strong adhesive tape. To finalize, we strongly adjust all the pieces, ensuring the joints well. Now all you have to do is screw the bulb to enjoy your diy lamp. This diy lamp is integrated into any style: boho, eclectic, Nordic, glam, industrial. The metallic finish is super trendy but if you prefer it in color you can paint it with spray on the tone you want.