This tip is special for those who love industrial style decor, using rustic and simple materials, but with cool balconies like these vintage light fixtures in wooden blocks. Come with us to see how these lamps can be beautiful, even though they are super simple.
Yeah, we often doubt how a block of wood and an Edson light or filament lamp can get so interesting together. In this post we will show you ideas for decorating your environment with these beautiful pieces.
Just as you can try to produce your own lamp, if you have the specious materials and skill to do so. In the same way, we show this process here, in this poetry about luminaires with pallets.
⟶ See here how to make luminaires with pallets
Otherwise, you can order the block from a carpenter and assemble it yourself. The important thing now is to have ideas for setting up your environment and choosing the correct materials.
Vintage luminaires in wooden blocks
To create these light fixtures you will need enough wire, a block of wood that can be cubic or a roller, a mouthpiece and a lamp. Some have a switch on the wire. More sophisticated ones have a built-in switch.
This type of light fixture is so fashionable that blocks can be found for sale on the internet for you to buy and assemble at home. It’s not interesting?
The simplest models look like this, beautiful and imposing. When choosing the wooden block, try to choose the sides with the most apparent texture. Just like the image above.
The more complex ones, on the other hand, can have different formats and present a different touch like this lamp above.
Just as it can have a really more natural and unfinished footprint. As in this example where the luminaire has the block still with the bark of the tree.
It is also very cool to use other materials like this cement block.
Drawings and carvings like the one above look pretty cool too. Try and see.
What are these lamps?
These are known as Edson lamps, or carbon filament lamps. They are now quite easy to find in any lighting and construction house. They have an incandescent, weaker and yellowish glow simulating older bulbs.
Surely you have seen them in bars, restaurants or shops.
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If you liked this tip then be sure to visit these ideas below, as we have carefully selected so you have more ideas if fun.
In this post we show several options for lighting fixtures with palettes, some super simple to make and with very interesting results. Access by clicking on the link below or on the image above. No doubt you will love it.
⟶ See cool ideas for light fixtures with pallets