If you guys the topic IKEA Hacks If you’re interested, you’ve probably stumbled across the IKEA Hack Mushroom Lamp a few times lately. Since I’m a big fan of homemade ones The DIY lamp I fell in love with the idea right away and also wanted to make such a DIY IKEA hack mushroom lamp myself.
Most of the variants I’ve seen online work with spray paint and the KORNSÖ night light. But since I’ve often seen that the spray paint looks spotty and turning on the KORNSÖ lamp is sometimes difficult or doesn’t work at all, I wanted to make a completely new version of the mushroom lamp – without spraying and with a simpler lighting mechanism. If you want to build your own DIY mushroom lamp and are curious to see what my lamp looks like when it’s on, read on! 🙂
Make your own IKEA hack mushroom lamp
For the DIY mushroom lamp you need the following materials:
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Step 1: Glue the bowl
In the first step, the macrame yarn is glued to the BLANDA bowl with the multi-purpose glue. You can also spread a little more glue on the bowl to attach several “lanes” to the bowl with the macrame yarn.
The yarn is wrapped around the bowl until it is completely covered.
Step 2: Decorate the vase
Now the KARAFF vase is decorated with Iceland moss and dried flowers according to your taste.
Step 3: Let there be light!
When the vase is finished decorating, the LED light comes on the vase with the glowing side down.
Put the lid on and the IKEA Hack mushroom lamp is done!
And this is what the DIY mushroom lamp looks like when switched on. The LED light I linked to you in the materials list comes with a remote control so you can easily turn the LED on and off.
Making a mushroom lamp video:
You are also welcome to watch our YouTube video on the Ikea Hack mushroom lamp:
The special thing about my variant is that you can decorate the vase again and again. Depending on the season, chestnuts, colorful autumn leaves, Easter eggs or fir branches can also decorate your lamp.
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