Published on January 20th, 2012 | by Jules IKEAHacker


Mammut lamp

Mammut lamp

Materials: Mammut chair leg; one lamp; one cord; one bulb plug

Description: To create this table lamp I sawed the end part of a Mammut chair leg. I drilled a small hole at the bottom of the leg with an awl. I put a lamp in the leg and finally I put the plug at the end of the cord and I screwed the bulb.

Mammut lamp
Mammut lamp
Mammut lamp

~ Rosandra, Italy

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2 Responses to Mammut lamp

  1. AprilAries says:

    Very colorful and creative with a nice modern feel. Great job!! Thank you for sharing this hack!

  2. Fan Gear says:

    I like the sawing part, it’s like you really made an effort for to become wonderful and personalized since you cut it yourself.

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