How to Make Wall Hanging Lamp From PVC! Super Easy DIY Wall Sconces!

Polkilo
by Polkilo
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$10
3 Hours
Easy

Hello!

Today, I will show you How To Make Wall Hanging Lamp from PVC pipe! Its Super Easy DIY Wall Sconces and everyone can make it! I build those lights for my work desk.

For this DIY wall lights you will need just a few things:

- PVC pipes D-50mm

- Ventilation grille D-50mm

- LED lights

- Paint

- Hot glue

I decided to make a Wall Spot Lights for my desk.

I used PVC pipes and led lights.

To attached lamp to the pipe, i have to cut those "ears".

The size of lamps is a little bit smaller than the size of the pipe. That's why i made this PVC ring.

I made such constructions from wood pieces, so i can cut pipe straight. 

Legs for my spots i made from wood. I attached it to the PVC pipe with hot glue.

When the glue cool down i cut off melted glue.

And drilled holes for electric wire.

For decoration, I used such a ventilation grille. In addition, this will allow hot air to escape from the lamp. 

I cut off the edges with a pair of metal scissors.

Now the grille is installed perfectly.

It remains to paint the lamps and wait for the paint to dry.

I connected the wires to the light bulb with quick cable connectors.

Inserted bulb to the PVC pipe and the lamp is ready! 

When i build a Wood Slat Wall, i used the same piece of wood as i used for the base of my lamp. That's why it fits perfectly to my slat wall.

If you are interested How I Build a Wood Slat Wall With Floating PC Desk you can watch my video. I will try to make a post about it a little bit later.

I used 3 watt light bulbs. They do not heat up the plastic pipe.

Hope you like it! See you later!

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  • Gina Gina on Apr 26, 2022

    WOW! This is beautiful...You most definitely have an eye for style.!

  • Lourdes Lourdes on Apr 23, 2023

    Great job! But, still don't understand at all the electric part. How do u get the electricity to the lamp? How do u turn lights on and off? Thx

  • Smartcookie89122 Smartcookie89122 on Sep 15, 2023

    Uh, forget it and use a battery operated system since this guy can give answers?

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