Indoor/outdoor Lamp With Side Table Made Out of Wharf Wood

Introduction: Indoor/outdoor Lamp With Side Table Made Out of Wharf Wood

HI,

I made this lamp stand out of wharf wood, if there are enough requests i will post the instructions for making this on here.

For now just a picture of the end result.

Hope you like and get inspired.

Grtz.
Sal

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    11 Comments

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    salvadornl
    salvadornl

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Ok I guess there are people that want to know how i made this. I will start putting a instruct able together this weekend.

    To answer dudnr33 question. The total cost depends hugely on what the wood price is at the time and your location.
    For me the wood cost at the time was $10 a board. Then when you ad the other materials needed you roughly come out at $80 This is without the lampshade since this depends on how crazy you go;-) mine was $60 so total cost came out to $140. A good deal if you compare it to something similar in the stores which early run you $400+

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    kereat
    kereat

    10 years ago on Introduction

    i would like to know how you've made it. You're from holland, where did you buy the wood? just in a praxis or gamma or something? and how did you put it all together?

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    scoochmaroo
    scoochmaroo

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Definitely looking forward to an Instructable on how you made this, and looking forward to seeing more projects from you! It's awesome!

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    snideprime
    snideprime

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Add my name to the list of requests...I could use a floor lamp in my place.

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    vistastores
    vistastores

    10 years ago on Introduction

    This is 3rd request. It's really cool and eager to read your post.

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    dudenr33
    dudenr33

    10 years ago on Introduction

    I'd be interested too. How much did you pay for all the materials? Looks great!

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    salvadornl
    salvadornl

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    The total cost depends hugely on what the wood price is at the time and your location.
    For me the wood cost at the time was $10 a board. Then when you ad the other materials needed you roughly come out at $80 This is without the lampshade since this depends on how crazy you go;-) mine was $60 so total cost came out to $140. A good deal if you compare it to something similar in the stores which early run you $400+

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    salvadornl
    salvadornl

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Ok I guess there are people that want to know how i made this. I will start putting a instruct able together this weekend.

    Keep the request coming though so I can have an idea of how big the interest is for future wharf wood projects.

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    salvadornl
    salvadornl

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Ok I guess there are people that want to know how i made this. I will start putting a instruct able together this weekend.

    Keep the request coming though so I can have an idea of how big the interest is for future wharf wood projects.

    To answer dudnr33 question. The total cost depends hugely on what the wood price is at the time and your location.
    For me the wood cost at the time was $10 a board. Then when you ad the other materials needed you roughly come out at $80 This is without the lampshade since this depends on how crazy you go;-) mine was $60 so total cost came out to $140. A good deal if you compare it to something similar in the stores which early run you $400+

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    embochner
    embochner

    10 years ago on Introduction

    very cool please post an instructible on how you made it