Wood table lamp – lamps used for ambiance, decorative accents and task lighting in a room. A classic wood table lamp can be built with a classic vase or other items, such as blocks of polished wood glued together, a lamp kit and a traditional lampshade. Choosing something to use for the base’s fun. Consider your decorating style that is accessible objects from collections, your decorating colors and your hobbies. Remember, what you want light to do in the next room gives light.
How to design classic wood table lamp, depending on the base, choose a vase or a lamp kit to a wood base. Find the rubber plug in standard plug lamp kit that fits to the top opening of the wood vase or other object that you use to base. If you use smooth blocks of wood, glue them together so that the plug can be glued to a recessed area in the top or use a screwdriver and screws to unscrew the lamp kit base in the bottom of the lamp. There are usually several size stoppers in the lamp kit. The line will be above the plug.
Push the lever in the middle of the plug and tighten it. Pliers can be used to help tighten. For a wood base, screw the plug into the plug base. Placing brass washer and lock nut at the end of the rod. Wood table lamp socket should be at the other end. Match the rod into the vase or the recess between wooden blocks, leaving the connector ends. Put the harp to the top of the pedestal base. Remove the lock nut from the top of the harp, and place the lampshade on top. Unscrew locking nut to secure the shadow. Replace the bulb and plug the lamp into an outlet.