In my home we have three very nice torchiere floor lamps. They are rated up to 250W each and I have 200W incandescent lamps (bulbs) in each of them. Two of the torchieres are in our living room and are the major source of light in that room. I wanted to switch over to LEDs, but I'm not aware of any screw-in LED equivalent for a 200W incandescent bulb.
Soooooooooo..... I decided to see if I could retrofit the Torchiere to take four LED lamps (Four 60W equivalents). The LED lamps use 12.5 watts each so my fix uses 50W and produces as much light as the 200W incandescent I'm replacing.
4 - Philips AmbientLED LED light bulbs
4 - ceramic light sockets (optional in my case)
Screw-in Socket Adapter (Socket to receptacle)
Add-on Plug, polarized
1/8 inch thick sheet acrylic plastic (recommend polycarbonate)
18 inches of electrical cord
Hand and machine tools necessary to shape the acrylic/polycarbonate sheet
Soldering Gun (140W or greater)
screwdriver if the Add on Plug body takes one
CAUTION - This is an electrical project utilizing hazardous household (mains) voltage and current. Making a mistake can result in property damage, personal harm or even death. You need to be familiar with electricity and its hazards. If you are not knowledgeable and comfortable with this project do not attempt it. You take full responsibility for the project you build. I may be taking risks that are acceptable to me, but may not be acceptable for you or your circumstances. Build at your own risk. If you do not understand or have questions consult a professional electrician. Sorry for the disclaimer, but if you burn something down or kill yourself it's your own fault.