DIY DIAMOND DESIGNER LAMPSHADE PART 3

Lighting design, Pendants

When I moved to my new appartment, the last thing I was thinking of was the lighting. After spending a great deal of money for furnitures, there was nothing left for the really nice JSPR designer lamp that I desired. This is why I tried to find a way to create a lampshade like this on my own. In this post I would like to share with you my easy DIY 4 step approach.

  1. Source of inspiration

Inspiration_Diamond Lampshade

DIAMONDS by JSPR & my DIY Inspiration pinboard

2. Materials needed

#diy #materials #lampshade #tubes #nylon #thread #hot glue gun

DIY Materials for Lampshade

Money Plastic tubes: 2,99€ / (25cm x 150 = 3750 cm) =  0,51€ per lampshade / (6 x 15cm  + 18x 20 +6x 30 cm = 630 cm)

Money Hot Glue Gun sticks: 9,61€ / 20 pieces = 0,48€ per lampshade / 1 piece

Money Nylon thread: 2,42€ / 100m = 0,17 / ~7m

Total cost per lampshade = 1,16€ (excl. Hot Glue Gun, lamp holder)

search v2 Where to find: 

Amazon – Plastic Tubes or Universal A.I. Sheaths

Amazon – Hot Glue GunAmazon – Hot Glue Gun Sticks

Amazon – Nylon thread

3. DIY – Step by Step

#DIY #DIAMOND #Designer Lampshade #tube #geometric #lamp

DIY DIAMOND Designer Lampshade – Part 3

Zeit 180 minutes

4. Results

#DIY #DIAMOND #designer #lampshade #geometric #tubes #nylon

DIY DIAMOND Designer Lampshade – Part

DIY Pendant DIAMOND white

DIY DIAMOND Designer Lampshade – Part 3

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