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DIY Glass Bottle Lamp ~ Pottery Barn Knock Off

I've adored, but couldn't afford, the glass bottle lamps at Pottery Barn. No matter how deep my love affair though, I simply could never justify paying $280 for a glass bottle and a shade!
I can however, buy a large discounted bottle from Michael's, make a faux cork to top my bottle, tear apart an old lamp for parts and turn it all into one convincing knock off! Add an inexpensive burlap shade from Lowes and I'm one happy girl.
Eat your heart out Pottery Barn, mine only cost $53!!
See more photos and how-to on my blog...

To see more: http://theconcretecottage.com/2012/10/glass-bottle-lamp-diy-pottery-barn.html

Ask the creator about this project

  • Beckie Taylor
    Beckie Taylor Hampstead, MD
    on Mar 23, 2013

    Great job. I, too, am obsessed with these bottles and lamps. Had no idea I could get a bottle from Michael's at such a reasonable price. Michael's...here I come! Thanks for the heads up.

  • Kim Lankford
    Kim Lankford Fort Myers, FL
    on Nov 3, 2013

    Princess House makes a great bottle, it is a green color made for wine, but we use to make lamps out them in this same fashion years ago. You can still find the bottles online at Ebay for very cheap !

  • Jennie Brinker
    Jennie Brinker Humble, TX
    on Nov 3, 2013

    I have found all my glass display lamps at garage sales. I even scored a heavy cut crystal one for 20.!

  • Marsha High
    Marsha High Forney, TX
    on Nov 3, 2013

    love it. You are so good.

  • Rose Marie S
    Rose Marie S Babylon, NY
    on Nov 3, 2013

    I would have check the thrift stores for the bottle. They usually have lots of this type of stuff. Or just get an actual wine bottle, use it for cooking for drinking and when empty use it. Otherwise known as recycling :)

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