Traditional table lamps – For the base of your lamp, you can use almost any large objects. It should be heavy or light will fall over. Baskets, bottles and cans make all major bases. A large clear mason jar is ideal for showcasing a collection. All empty containers you use needs to be filled with material to weigh it down, and a clear jar can display the items you outside. You can pick a beach theme and fill the jar with seashells.
Setting the light
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There are two methods to install the light on traditional table lamps. If you use a jar with a lid or other object with a solid flat top, buy a standard lamp kit. This type will go beyond the base that you use, and drilling in the base will not be needed. If you use a mason jar, there is lamp kit shaped like a Mason jar lids. All you need to do is to screw them on. The second method is used on a base without a top.
You must purchase the components of the light separately for this. Start by following the instructions for putting together lines post. After this is installed, the lamp socket screw at the other end. Disconnect lamp harp (it should come with instructions) to the lamp so you can use a lampshade. See the next section if you use a basket for the base of your traditional table lamps.