Contemporary table lamps – Light poles can be created from virtually any material. Natural materials are being continuously used for many years as inclusions of interior design concepts. With the constant emphasis on embracing nature, more and more people are turning to wood and stone to create furniture for the home. By using cedar poles to create a table lamp, you can bring nature into any space in your home. Place the 24-inch cedar pole on a flat surface. Attach the 24-inch cedar post to the surface with the large table clamp. Shaking the pole gently to secure the post is safe. Place the 12-inch drill bit for the drill. Drill at the end of the cedar pole towards the center. Continue to drill towards the center until there is a 3/4 inch opening.
Contemporary table lamps, drill through the opposite end of the 24-inch section until the entire center of the post is recessed. Drill a half circle through the bottom end of the 24-inch cedar pole. This will create a path for the electrical cable to exit the central post without obstructing the level of the lamp. Insert the lamp cable through the bottom of the cedar pole. Connect the metal lamp shade holder to the upper end. Wrap the rubber dismantling around the wire immediately below the lamp shade bracket.
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Wrap the insulating tape around the rubber extraction. Cover the top inside edge of the cedar pole with rubber cement. Pull the cable tightly through the bottom if the cedar stand until the metal screen holder is standing. Line of the chain through the perforated bottom half circle. Apply the wood glue around the bottom edge of the cedar pole. Press the cedar stand 1 inch thick that measures 8 inches wide at the bottom edge of the cedar pole. Set the lamp on a flat surface. Screw on a bulb, place the lamp shade and the plug on the contemporary table lamps.