Frack industrial+light+DIY

Published on June 15th, 2012 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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DIY Expandable Industrial Light





Materials: Frack Mirror, Tin FUnnel, Light Kit, Glue

Description: You read the supplies right – the Frack is a mirror from Ikea.

Instead of buying a light kit I used the innards of an old light. I glued the base of that light {that metal pole} to the base of the funnel.

Then glued the pole at the end of the light to the screwable portion of the Frack mirror.

I used clear automotive glue to adhere all the pieces together.

See more of the expandable light.

~ Becca Berger, USA

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7 Responses to DIY Expandable Industrial Light

  1. woolywoman says:

    doing this! so cool!

  2. Kelly says:

    Very cool! Great idea!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Great idea!!!!

    M.. Greece

  4. Anonymous says:

    wonderful..as well as your bed and the pictures taken….true art…

    Lena..Greece

  5. Becca says:

    Thanks for sharing my mirror hack. So far the light has held up great- and it’s so fun!
    XO Becca

  6. Anonymous says:

    Love the idea, n The pictures too!

  7. Robert says:

    This is super useful

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