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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

  • Cynthia Riley
    Cynthia Riley Prior Lake, MN
    on Dec 20, 2014

    You could also fill the glass base with small shells.

  • Angela Harris
    Angela Harris Spotsylvania, VA
    on Dec 20, 2014

    You can get large corks at Ace Hardware. They have a lot of different sizes.

  • Roberta Hanlon
    Roberta Hanlon United Kingdom
    on Apr 29, 2015

    love it, but do'nt see the metal rod?

  • Ros1992827
    on Jul 28, 2015

    OMG! Wish I had seen this Before I threw out 3- 5 gallon glass bottles we had laying under the deck. I'm not as crafty as the next person and never did I think of using them as lamps (unfortunately-since I need 2)

  • Denise
    Denise Mobile, AL
    on Sep 11, 2015

    Good yo know about Corks at Ace Hardware. I need some for a couple of projects! Thanks!

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