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Published on November 16th, 2009 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Ikea multi lamp design





I’m loving what Steve and his friend put together using the Not lamp.

“Here’s a couple pics of a lamp design I put together with a friend for my art studio… using Ikea lamps and a leg of a shelving unit I had lying around … plus a few various odds and ends. Fun project, hangs in my art studio and works really well.”

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7 Responses to Ikea multi lamp design

  1. Lox24 says:

    i like the lamp. really cool. i will try to build it for the office

  2. Joel says:

    Hey Lox24. I am “the friend” that helped Steve build the light so ask any questions you have! The key was the 9/16″-18 tap we used so the lamp stands screwed right into the hard plastic leg. We did all the wiring in the end junction boxes to, so it’s “relitively” to code….

  3. Coach Moran says:

    did you just splice and wire nut everything together or did you have to use a converter of some sort? great job on the hack!

  4. Niaz says:

    These are really eye-catching designs of lamps.I admire your display!
    - J.
    Web Solutions

  5. Wow, those are some really nice lamps very modern. It’s gonna look lovely with you put it in the kitchen under your Modern Dining Table.

  6. fascinating blog! the amount of creativity is inspring…

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