The Shabby Creek Cottage utilized some galvanized pipes in her design. It’s simple but it’s also incredibly trendy and fashion-forward.
Furniture and lighting fixtures are essential for making a room as perfect and functional as humanly possible. One particular items that stands out is the classical floor lamps And while others choose to buy one, others would go above and beyond in creating stunning DIY floor lamps from scratch. 15 DIY floor laps follow, all unique in their design, cast a glance and choose your favorite.
If you’re looking for some rustic inspiration, then hop on over to Decor8 to learn how these floor lamps. Made with sticks, it doesn’t get anymore country-inspired or natural than this.
HGTV combined a lantern with some wood in their “natural beacon” floor lamp design. This too is innovative, creative and easy to replicate at home.
Are you up for the challenge of creating your own floor lamp? Feel free to share your projects in the comment section below.
Visit Ohoh Blog and learn how to create this modern floor lamp design. With some wood and some copper pieces, you too can get innovative and creative.
A bit of rope can go a long way, at least that’s what we learned at The Lily Pad Cottage. If you want to add a rustic or nautical vibe to any space of the house, add some texture like this!
Simple and chic, this contemporary design is one of the most versatile on the list. Found out how to create one for yourself without spending an arm and a leg. (via)
Shelterness combined a side table and a floor lamp and made it into one great design. It’s traditional in its pieces but its creative in its finish.
What about using some Christmas ornaments in your DIY floor lamp design? Visit All Things Thrifty and catch all the details.
by gabriella used pipes for her industrial design too. Again, it’s super simple but it has that masculine, contemporary feel that’s super trendy right now.
A bit of branch and a bit of copper come together beautifully in this floor lamp design. Visit Design Sponge for the tutorial and know-how.
Dream Book Design found a vintage tripod and turned it into a fun floor lamp! We love this upcycled creation, follow the details after the jump.
The Painted Hive used an old music stand for the foundation of their floor lamp. It add some industrialism to the room but also some vintage vibes as well.
If you have cut branches long enough for a floor lamp make use to transform them into something out of the ordinary.
Hey There Home was inspired by a design from West Elm and learn how to create one that was quite similar. Jump on over and learn how to create this wooden tripod for yourself!
Creating a pallet floor lamp with a rustic look that fits any home and any room.
If you really love copper, you’ll want to check out this easy tutorial too. With a copper top, you’ll add a bit of modernism and color. (via)
Check out BHG for the details behind this Asia-inpisred design. It’s textural, it’s natural and it’ll fit into a variety of spaces around the house.
Who knew cut or extra blocks of woods can create a stunning and rustic floor lamp? You will never throw away cut boards and wood ever again and you will definitely create more furniture with this idea.
The Nester showed us how to make a super simple and chic glass floor lamp. With a bit of innovation and shopper’s knowledge, you can do it too.
HomeWork Design Co made a gorgeous copper floor lamp design that we’re swooning for. It’s an industrial feel but with that rose-gold tone you have a bit of femininity too.
This perfect copper floor lamp can be used in any type of home, may it be modern, minimalist or a country home. It’s easy to assemble and will surely be worth the effort.
We’re loving this funky and functional design too. It’s a side table, there’s storage availability and there’s three levels of fun here! (via)
Who knew that you could create your own floor lamp design too! Thankfully, there are tons of great inspiration and projects floating around the Internet. Light up the living room, bedroom or even the craft room with these 25 DIY floor lamps!
How About Orange used some pipes, threw them together and came up with this fun and trendy design. If industrial style speaks to you, then you’ll want to take a closer look at this tutorial.
For something extra outside-the-box and funky, you’ll want to visit Carte Fini. Add this to the little one’s room or wherever you need a bit of texture and romance.
Steampunk is never a bad idea for furniture and this floor lamp is a proof that everyone can agree on.
Ana White brought together a but of wood and cords for a really creative DIY floor lamp design that we’re loving. And we really love the pop of color in this look too!
Savvy Apron used a bit of this and a bit of that and had it come together for a fun finish product. Upcycling is the best when you can get this stylish and creative in the end!
Recycle an old floor lamp by painting it a new hue and by adding a little more detail.
We’re loving this funky DIY. Put all of those saved wine corks to use and add a bit of color too! It’ll be such fun addition to your home office or craft room. (via)
A crystal ball to spread the light is always a great idea inside a home.
Using and recycling plastic is the proper way to go, but ideas can run out.
A wooden column is always a good choice too. It’s also simple but will add that rustic charm that everyone welcomes into you space. Visit My Sweet Savannah for the details.
The Merrythought made a neutral, wooden tripod design that is quite inspired as well. This can hold a bit of paint too if you want to add some color.