Published on April 22nd, 2012 | by Jules Yap


Fräck mirror + tin can + candlestick = industrial style lamp

Materials: Fräck mirror frame, tin can, candlestick, lamp cord, power drill, bolts

Description: This was a project were I forced myself to be creative and turn cheap pieces into something good looking.

I already had the Fräck mirror frame and I bought a wooden candlestick, a tin can, and a lamp cord from a thrift store. I cut off the top of the candlestick and painted the base black. Then I drilled some holes to the tin can so that I could attach it to the mirror frame and the lamp cord. Then the mirror frame was attached to the black painted base.

The result is a nice looking industrial style lamp. It makes nice indirect light when pointed towards a white wall and looks great even when the light isn’t on.

This lamp would also look great with a tripod base or other type of lamp base. The possibilities are endless. :)

See more of the Frack mirror industrial table lamp.

~ Minni S., Finland

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4 Responses to Fräck mirror + tin can + candlestick = industrial style lamp

  1. Udoy says:

    Nice work Minni

  2. Anonymous says:

    This lamp has steampunk flair. Very creative and good looking! Love the simple ingredients too.


  3. Anonymous says:

    That is really kind of snazzy! Nice work – small, simple, and clean. Love it!

  4. Astrid says:

    thanks for sharing, this is a great idea. love it! :)

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