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I have a very small living room which means I don't have any room for end tables and I don't have a place to put table lamps or floor lamps. So to add more lighting, I came up with this design for wall sconces that incorporates a shelf that can double as small end tables. I made them using standard materials from the hardware store and only a few hand tools like a drill and a hand saw and because they are plug-in wall lamps, they were easy to install in my rental apartment.

Step 1: A Lot of Experimenting

The design come together after a lot of tinkering and experimenting!

<p>This is just beautiful! I love it :)</p>
Thanks!
<p>That's impressive that you did all that with just hand tools.</p>
Thank you! It took a lot of trial and error to figure it out but it was worth it!
<p>Wow, it's truly beautiful!</p>
Thank You!
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<p>Thank you so much! I took a look at your work - very cute!</p>
Awesome!
<p>Thanks!</p>
<p>Wow. Very nicely done!</p>
<p>Thank you!</p>

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