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Published on March 27th, 2012 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Ikea Skurar plant pots as lamp shades





Materials: 3 Skurar plant pots, old lamp, power drill

Description: One day coming home I spotted a lamp next to garbage containers. I saw potential in it so I brought it home to see if it actually functioned. It did, so I started thinking what to do with it.

The glass shades were broken and ugly so I needed to find something else to replace them.

I came across Skurar white metal flowerpots in Ikea and I realized that they’d make excellent shades for the lamp if turned upside down. They have a pretty lace pattern in them.

I drilled holes sized to match the lamp and attached them to the lamp.

This was very easy to do and looks great!

See more of the Skurar plant pot lamp shades.

~ Minni S., Finland

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11 Responses to Ikea Skurar plant pots as lamp shades

  1. Petra says:

    This is a really good idea. I like it very much.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Absolutely gorgeous, well done!!

  3. Birgit Kerr says:

    Great idea! Love how it turned out!

  4. Laurel says:

    Beautiful — great idea!

  5. Snappy says:

    Gorgeous! I want one, too!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Wonderful hack!!

  7. Ó says:

    I love your idea! :)
    What kind of light it provides? Will it be scattered or rather a spot-light? thanks, edina

  8. Minni S. says:

    Thank you for all the kind comments! :)

    For Edina: This lamp provides quite a soft light because of the three light sources. The ceiling doesn’t get lit by this light but everything else in the room does. The lace pattern doesn’t cast any visible “patterned” shadow because the light source is so close to the lace pattern. :) Hope this answered your question!

  9. Ó says:

    it did :) i think i’ll try it, thanks so much

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