Wood lamps have it all from natural look to style. It explains why wooden lamps are sold well everywhere. If you don’t want to spend too much on this, you can actually make it yourself. With a little skill on wood working, patience, and the right design, you can spend almost nothing for a hundred dollars look. Check out the following ideas for some inspiration.
#1. ON A SLICE OF WOOD
This desk lamp is authentic and unique at the same time. You need to drill the wood right in the center, and make a smaller tunnel for the cord, and you are done. Matched with retro bulb, this will make a perfect décor on the desk as well.
#2. THE ARTICULATED LAMP STAND
If you look closer, this lamp stand doesn’t have the complicated design. The salvaged wood pieces are set to the desired height and curve. Add the lamp on the edge, hanging it will look great as in the picture. The cord should hang loosely following the wood pieces. Nice!
#3. AND MASON JARS
This wooden lamp is a perfect addition above your dining table. It looks rustic while it actually is a fully functional lamp. Use salvaged wooden piece for the platform and add the mason jars later. Hang using rope for perfect finishing touch.
#4. THE TWIGS AND BRANCHES
This lamp totally has a sense of art in it. Take thick and strong enough branches and set it up so it goes almost randomly while it can stand right. Drill a small hole for the holder and you are ready with a state of the art lamp.
#5. SCULPTURAL STAND
If you have a broken lamp and you don’t have the right stand for it. You only need to take a sculptural like shaped stem and use it. With a little drill, you can attach the lamp and shade on it, and you have a brand new wooden night or reading lamp.
#6. SIDE TABLE AND LAMP STAND
Look at this set. The reclaimed wooden board is transformed into a lamp stand with sharp edges for modern and natural look. It is enriched with a horizontal piece for the side table of the bed. Very stylish!
#7. SQUARE HOLDER
It makes a perfect match for a modern room. Geometric shape also gives you a bit of the retro look, so it should make a perfect design for either of the interior style. It is simple and fast to make and it isn’t hard to get the right material too. Try it.
#8. FOR THE LAMP SHADE
You don’t have to make the entire thing since the start. This lamp allows you to enrich your existing lamp. Add a shade for it using small wooden pieces. Choose consistent size and surface and arrange it into a shade.
#9. THE ARROW LIGHTS
This arrow shaped lights installation is very country like. It doesn’t really hard to make for a rookie in wood working, yet it will make a decent welcoming light in a house or even a country restaurant.
#10. A SCULPTURE AND A LIGHT
This little arrangement of the twigs transforms the entire look of the lamp. It makes a sculpture as well as lighting for the room. As it offers an art, it enriches the room style, which will be an upgrade for the entire room.
#11. SIFTERS TO SHADES
These old sifters are repurposed into lamp shades. While it takes a quick makeover, it doesn’t take a special woodworking skill as well. If you want a cheap alternative, this will give you one while it gives you the style as well.
#12. WOODEN FILTER
This lamp has all the grande touch. The original lighting set is enriched with wooden pieces filter. While it dims the light a little, it adds accent and style at the same time. Its perfect for your foyer or living room.
#13. BRANCHES ON THE CEILING
Look at this light. It has the stunning look while it is artistic at the same time. It doesn’t take so much effort to find such branches, and it doesn’t take too many drilling to make one. Why don’t you make your own?
#14. GEOMETRIC CHANDELIER
This chandelier is casual while wonderful at the same time. It makes a perfect addition for your dining room. The framing isn’t too complicated to make by yourself. Add it to your existing hanging chandelier and make the transformation.
#15. WOODEN PENDANTS
These pendants look fabulous with its wooden cover. You only need to make a hollow on the center of the wood and insert the bulbs inside each of it. It looks unique and expensive if you know how to finish it.
#16. WOODEN TRIPOD
This standing lamp is totally perfect for a modern and minimalist room. It looks sharp, simple, and it has the natural colors to balance the room. It is easy to make using the right wooden pieces, and it doesn’t cost you a dime using reclaimed wood.
#17. WOODEN LANTERN
This lamp is totally charming for the bed side table. It is actually a lantern that is added on a platform with light bulb on it. While it works out this way, it can be a charming wall hanging lamp too.
#18. GET THE BEADS
This lamps look exquisite while it actually only uses the ordinary retro looking bulbs. Hanging from the ceiling, it feels only right to décor the cords with wooden bits. Slide them onto the cords and transform the lamps into something natural and stylish in cheap budget.
#19. HANGING OFF THE BRANCH
This light is no ordinary dining room light. Look where the bulbs are hanging off from. While the bulbs and shades are modern and minimalist, the thick branch gives it a touch of natural color for the white theme, making it a perfect match for the wall.
#20. WALNUT LIGHT PLATFORM
The thick walnut slice makes a perfect platform for the modern bulb. Finished naturally and with white paint on the side, this is an excellent touch of natural shade for the modern and sleeky clean room. This beats everything.