Grono

Published on March 8th, 2011 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Beethoven Grono Lamp





Materials: Grono lamp, sheet music, double-sided tape

Description: I love the shape (and price) of the Grono lamps, but they’re extremely white and harsh! To soften them up for my living room, I stuck double-sided tape on the bottom, top, and middle of all four sides of the lamp. Then I centered a sheet of music on the front of the lamp, pressed it around the sides, and attached another sheet for the parts that weren’t covered yet. I taped all edges down with single-sided tape. (Caution: the matte kind is not completely transparent when you turn your lamp on, so use the glossy transparent kind!)

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~ Bee, Seattle, WA

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5 Responses to Beethoven Grono Lamp

  1. Very cool Idea. Like!

  2. I had the same problem with mine being WAY too bright. Here’s how I fixed that…

    http://bontempsbeignet.blogspot.com/2010/09/gro-no-thats-way-too-bright.html

  3. Anonymous says:

    i’ve been looking for a cute lamp to sit on my piano,
    and i think this is it!
    although i might use a different shade, great idea! thanks!

  4. martine says:

    this is just lovely and so original
    thanks for sharing
    martine

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