DIY How to Make Wall Hanging Lamp From PVC || Super Easy DIY Wall Sconces!

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Introduction: DIY How to Make Wall Hanging Lamp From PVC || Super Easy DIY Wall Sconces!

Hello!

Today, I will show you How To Make Wall Hanging Lamp from PVC pipe! Its Super Easy DIY Wall Sconces and everyone can make it! I build those lights for my work desk.

Step 1:

For this DIY wall lights you will need just a few things:

- PVC pipes D-50mm

- Ventilation grille D-50mm

- LED lights

- Paint

- Hot glue

My tools:

- Saw

- Screwdriver

- Hot glue gun

Step 2:

I decided to make a Wall Spot Lights for my desk. I used PVC pipes and led lights. To attached lamp to the pipe, i have to cut those "ears". The size of lamps is a little bit smaller than the size of the pipe. That's why i made this PVC ring.

Step 3:

I made such constructions from wood pieces, so i can cut pipe straight. Legs for my spots i made from wood. I attached it to the PVC pipe with hot glue. When the glue cool down i cut off melted glue. And drilled holes for electric wire.

Step 4:

For decoration, I used such a ventilation grille. In addition, this will allow hot air to escape from the lamp. I cut off the edges with a pair of metal scissors. Now the grille is installed perfectly. It remains to paint the lamps and wait for the paint to dry.

Step 5:

I connected the wires to the light bulb with quick connectors. Inserted bulb to the PVC pipe and the lamp is ready! When i build a Wood Slat Wall, i used the same piece of wood as i used for the base of my lamp. Thats why it fits perfectly to my slat wall. If you are interested How I Build a Wood Slat Wall With Floating PC Desk you can watch my video. I think i will post Instructable a little bit later.

Step 6:

I used 3 watt light bulbs. They do not heat up the plastic pipe.

Step 7:

Hope you like it! See you later!

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    14 Comments

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    cirena
    cirena

    1 year ago

    :D Clever! Thank you for explaining it well!

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    Polkilo
    Polkilo

    Reply 1 year ago

    you are welcome :)

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    Zah12345
    Zah12345

    1 year ago

    Suppose you can leave the grill out, as you cant see it when the lamp is mounted.
    Your Ebay link lamp is 7 Watt - might get too hot.

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    jbebout1295
    jbebout1295

    1 year ago

    I’d really like to try making these. Yours look great! I’m not going to have a pallet wall though (I actually love the look of that as well, but my rental property wouldn’t allow me to install that), so do you have any suggestions for how to attach the sconces to a regular wall so that it looks good? Any help would be appreciated. I’m new to this DIY stuff.

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    Polkilo
    Polkilo

    Reply 1 year ago

    Hi:) i would do like this :) hope you will understand my drawing ☺️

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    jbebout1295
    jbebout1295

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thank you so much! Drawing makes perfect sense.

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    StevenH180
    StevenH180

    1 year ago

    Good job, they look quite nice.

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    Polkilo
    Polkilo

    Reply 1 year ago

    thank you))

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    desolderer
    desolderer

    1 year ago

    Nice execution.
    +1 for using WAGO clamps - so underrated.

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    Polkilo
    Polkilo

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thank you))

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    jott_1
    jott_1

    1 year ago

    What are the manufactuer and part numbers for the LED light and ventilation grill?

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    DonnyG4
    DonnyG4

    Question 1 year ago on Step 1

    Hi there 😊 l like wat u done but l can't fine the led light bulbs that your users on here because l look on eBay and still can't fine it please 🙏 can u tell me the name off it Thank You