Lighting Lamp

Published on March 25th, 2014 | by Injegner

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KVART-MULA Wall lamp





Lamp

Materials: 
KVART Wall Lamp € 5,50 + LEDARE LED E14  € 6,99
MULA Stacking rings, multicolour € 5,99
Black electric cable 2 x 0,75sqmm
Switch
Power plug

Description:

Got an inspiration from a design lamp and wanted to try DIY:
Disassemble KVART, remove existing cable and insert the new one.

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Drill MULA disc with the same diameter of cable and paint it in black

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Fix the drilled disc into the wall with (bi)adhesive tape or glue or wall plug, insert the cable inside

Lamp

Enjoy
M.

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4 Responses to KVART-MULA Wall lamp

  1. Daniela says:

    Hi
    We need legs for our benches.
    I was told you guys can figure something out with me.
    Im in LA.
    Please contact me
    805 2847555
    Thanks
    Daniela

  2. Rebecca says:

    Hi! Mind giving more details on how you removed the existing cable and its parts? Been trying to do that for mine but nothing is budging

  3. Rebecca says:

    Hi!

    Mind giving more info on how you disassembled the lamp in the first place? Been trying to do so, but it’s parts wouldn’t budge

    Thanks!

  4. Injegner says:

    Hi Rebecca.

    Yeah actually that is the most difficult part to discover how to do. I will try to explain to you.
    1) You have to cut the flexible pipe ( cable included) with a saw some centimeter after the lamp ends.
    2) Remove the bulb, using two small screwdrivers or knifes try to put them inside the 2 small opening that are laterally in the black plastic part, push there and you can see that the two triangular “legs”will go externally ( see my picture) in this way you will separate the black part in 2 and below that you will found the bolt to disassemble everything.

    Pay attention if the part one is not done is impossible to separate the plastic cylinder

    M.

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