Lighting

Published on September 29th, 2010 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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$5.38 (+tax) ceiling porch light





Materials: Ordning Cutlery Stand, plastic ceiling light, Dremel

Description: Not sure if this exact project has already been done, but this was somewhat based off of the “let there be light” hack from an Italian contributor.

I purchased a cheap plastic ceiling light from Lowes ($1.39). It is one that holds a single bulb and has the plastic collar that secures a difuser/shade/whatever.

Using a Dremel I cut a small portion of the bottom of the Ordning ($3.99)so that it can slide up socket. Once the light is installed in the ceiling the collar will hold the modified Orning to the light.

Pretty cheap/easy and it beat staring at a bare bulb.

~ Alan, Florida

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One Response to $5.38 (+tax) ceiling porch light

  1. honey dew pm says:

    I love this idea. Thanks for posting

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