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Repurposed Vintage Floor Lamp With Chicken Wire Lamp Shade

So I may be a little nuts (please don't ask my friends) but when I buy something from an auction, flea market or yard sale the item calls my name. Begging for a new home with some new luv. It is a feeling that is just that a feeling. I fell in love with this vintage floor lamp. The colors were repulsive, pink, blue and gold. I could see it in my mind as to how it was going to look like after it got an overhaul aka luving. Well many oops later it is finished not as I had plan but on this one I had to roll with the punches and go to plan B,C, etc. My Blog explains the oops in detail. Hope you enjoy.
Difficulty: Easy

To see more: http://myeclecticloft.blogspot.com/

Got a question about this project?

  • Nancy Dean Davis
    Nancy Dean Davis Circleville, OH

    Thank you @Alexandra Arena

  • Carol Turner
    Carol Turner Grants Pass, OR

    I love it. But how did you make the lampshade?

    • Colleen Schake
      Colleen Schake Montrose, PA

      @Carol Turner I agree with this question? the post title is chicken wire lamp shade but nothing to show the chicken wire or in the works even... ??

  • Susan
    Susan Dysart, IA

    LOVE IT!!!

  • Jan B.
    Jan B. Crossville, TN

    Really like your lamp, rust-is-must! For my taste..I would like to see the chicken wire shade only, no cloth.... especially for outside appeal...this way you could also see the sockets and pull chains.

  • Jeannie Andrews
    Jeannie Andrews Winlock, WA

    I love the detail on the post of the lamp. It is so delicate-looking I thought from afar that you had painted random flowers on the pole. Very pretty.

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