IKEA Sekond Bedspring Pendant Light

 

IKEA Sekond Bedspring Pendant Light by CDH

After I created my Times-Square featured Vintage Bedspring Marquee Light,

Black & Decker Times Square Billboard Times SquareCoach quickly found a second bedspring that he thought I could transform as well. But, one giant marquee sign is more than this girl needs, so I had him cut the springs off of the frame to save for other projects. Like this cute little votive candle holder I created over the holidays.

Rusty Bedspring Coil Votive Candle Holder Country Design HomeBeing trapped in the house this weekend while the snow mountains build, I figured I’d take another look at the bin of bedsprings and see what I could create. Here is my latest project, simple and fun with a cool, vintage look! So what do you have when you take an

IKEA Sekond Black & White Textile Light Cord Set

IKEA Bedspring Pendant Light Sekond Cord Kit

 

Plus SignAn Edison Bulb

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Plus SignA vintage bedspring coil painted silver?

Ikea Sekond Bedspring LightYou get this!

IKEA Sekond Bedspring Pendant Light by CDHA vintage pendant light to hang anywhere in your home that could use a spot of light. (which, is pretty much everywhere in my house right now since there is absolutely NO sunlight…)

Very simple project, actually. You take the cord and unscrew the flange from the base.

IKEA Sekond Pendant Light attach to bedspringI used a silver-painted coil spring, but you could certainly use a rusted metal one, or paint one pink or blue or whatever color you wish.

Insert the socket of the light into the top of the spring. Fits perfectly! Then you take the flange and screw it in from the bottom of the spring and turn it clockwise until you have a snug fit with a coil.

IKEA Sekond Bedspring Pendant Light

Screw in the lightbulb. (Remember that old joke about how many bloggers does it take to screw in a lightbulb? Yeah, me neither. But if you think of one, let me know)

IKEA Sekond Bedspring Pendant Light W Edison BulbHang the cord from the ceiling hooks provided in the cord kit or use your favorite wall bracket or lantern holder. Twist and knot the cord to keep it from slipping, then plug it in. Voila! A DIY vintage light fixture-no wiring needed!

IKEA Sekond Bedspring Pendant Light by CDH

Hope you’re having a great Sunday everyone. If you’re in  New England, stay safe. And if you’re in some warm, sunny place, then stay there. Seriously. Susan

Comments

  1. Sydney @ Tastefully Frugal says:

    This is such a unique idea I love it! Has an industrial type feel to it. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Talented Tuesdays. I hope you join us again next week!

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  2. Marie@The Interior Frugalista says:

    That is very creative – I like the way your mind works Susan!

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  3. chris aka monkey says:

    i just happen to have a bunch of springs and i need a light over my bed and i love this thanks xx

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