Our version of a contemporary chandelier, as inspired by the Dear Ingo Chandelier. It absolutely eye catching and works amazingly in our loft studio.
- TERTIAL Work Light
Contemporary Chandelier – the hack in brief:
– Weld Armature.
– Spray paint shades.
– Mount armature to ceiling.
– Attach work lights.
– Solder wires together.
~ Jay Dokken, Seattle, Washington, USA
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#1 DEAR IKEA
Here’s “Dear Ikea” – Inspired by Ingo Mauers “Dear Ingo”. I wanted to make a cool, modern looking chandelier that didn’t have to be expensive. So I did. Out of IKEA TERTIAL lamps, a table leg and some black MDF plates. Read more.
#2 Ingo affordable
I’ve always loved the look of Dear Ingo chandelier but could never bear to spend that kind of money so I got creative and voilà! See more of the hack inspired by the Dear Ingo Chandelier.
#3 THREE ARM INGO
Jason’s version consists of three TERTIAL work lamps, fixed upside down to the ceiling. He says, “The TERTIAL lamp is the simplest and cheapest and I already had one laying around. The room calls for a decorative lighting fixture, but there is no such thing as a cheap, beautiful, classy chandelier. My solution was to add a bit of irony, surprise and humor to the problem.” Read more.
#4 Hanging TERTIAL ceiling lamp
#5 TERTIAL ceiling light remix
So using about three Tertial Lamps from Ikea that I had found last year, I made a hanging lamp with four 40w bulbs that I can individually control with switches, that also plugs into the existing light fixture with an adapter I got at the dollar store, so I can turn the entire fixture on and off using the wall switch. See more of the TERTIAL ceiling light.