Glass Lamp Shades For Table Lamps contributes to the interior of a room in two ways: it gives light where needed, and it is a decoration that can expand on a room theme. Add fantasies to a child’s room by making a lamp from the stacked wood alphabet block, or take romance to the dining room with a cupcake lamp.
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Drill a hole in the bottom of the bottle near the base so that the Glass Lamp Shades For Table Lamps will be level on a table. Insert the cord into the hole you drilled and push through the body of the bottle to get it into the neck. Thread the cord through the spindle rubber cork. Push the cork into the bottle until it is safe. Screw the harp base to the spindle. Fill the bottle with balls, sand or other material to help stabilize the lamp while sitting on a table.
Divide the cable in two parts about two inches down, then tie each string about one ½ inch from the end and connect both pieces to the socket. The leads and terminals are color-coded to make it easy to match them properly. Tighten the terminal screws. Unscrew the plug to the spindle and tighten the screw. Attach the socket assembly together by snapping the lid into the base. Attach the harp to the harp base and place the Glass Lamp Shades For Table Lamps on top of the harp. Screw the ball to the top of the harp, secure lampshade.