Neon Linea Lamp by Selab + Alessandro Zambelli - Seletti-Blanc-The Woods Gallery
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Seletti
89,00€
Neon base - Seletti-The Woods Gallery
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Seletti
16,00€
Street Lamp Outdoor Floor Lamp by Studio Job - Seletti-Noir-The Woods Gallery
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Seletti
2.959,00€
Kashkash Marselis Floor Lamp - Hay-Noir-The Woods Gallery
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There
269,00€
Hebe Floor Lamp by Trine Andersen - Ferm Living-The Woods Gallery
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Ferm Living
348,60€ regular price 498,00€ On sale
Robin Lamp by Pierre Racine-The Woods Gallery
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The Woods Gallery
750,00€
Street Lamp Indoor Floor Lamp by Studio Job - Seletti-Blanc-The Woods Gallery
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Seletti
2.739,00€
Sanremo Floor Lamp by Archizoom Associati - Poltronova-Vert-The Woods Gallery
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Poltronova
4.656,00€
Satellite Lamp - Dirk Van Der Kooij-The Woods Gallery
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Dirk Van Der Kooij
3.690,00€
Lapwing Lamp by Pierre Racine-The Woods Gallery
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The Woods Gallery
950,00€
Panthella Floor Lamp by Verner Panton - Louis Poulsen - Vintage-The Woods Gallery
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Louis Poulsen
800,00€ Out of stock
Serpente Floor Lamp by Elio Martinelli - Vintage-The Woods Gallery
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The Woods Gallery
950,00€ Out of stock
Industrial chrome lamp by Domecq - Jieldé - Vintage-The Woods Gallery
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Jieldé
600,00€ Out of stock

1 / How to make an indoor floor lamp?

Here is an idea for a "nature" floor lamp that you can easily make yourself. For this, take cement, a plastic container in the shape of the base you want, a large tree branch that will form the stem of the lamppost, an electric mount with a long cable, and a large bulb that will be screwed at the end. of this cable. You can add two optional items: faux foliage and cementitious paint. Start by drilling a hole in the plastic container, and pass the cable through it. Pour cement into the container (with the cable inside), and put the branch in it; to maintain it while the cement dries you can put it against a wall. Once the cement is dry, cut the mold, wrap the cable around the branch, and hang the bulb. Add faux foliage around the branch (optional), and if you wish, paint the base the color you want with a suitable paint. Plug in your floor lamp, and admire the result!

2 / How to repaint a floor lamp?

To repaint a floor lamp, you will need the following materials: sandpaper, suitable paint, brushes of different sizes and shapes, newspaper to protect your floor, and of course, a floor lamp. Start by protecting your floor. Sand the base of the lamppost and the stem if necessary with sandpaper; the support must be very smooth for the new paint to hold well. Use a damp sponge to remove any residue from the sanding, and dry with a cloth. With the brushes, paint the floor lamp the color you want. Feel free to use masking tape to protect the parts that need it. Be careful not to apply too much paint at once as this may leave marks; it is better to pass several thin coats than a large, too thick coat. Leave to air dry. And There you go !

3 / How to install an outdoor lamppost?

Installing an outdoor lamppost allows you to enhance your garden. However, its installation requires compliance with strict rules, especially because of humidity. Here are the different steps to follow. Step 1: Before any electrical manipulation, remember to cut the current for safety reasons, and to check that no voltage is flowing inside the wires using a multimeter. Step 2: Note that the starting connection is made directly on the general board; a high sensitivity 30mA device must be installed to protect the circuit. Step 3: Dig trenches 50 to 60 cm deep; below spaces where cars circulate, they must be 90 cm to 1 m deep. Step 4: In the trenches, put 15 cm of sand, an electrical sheath in which the cables are located (the sheath is used to protect them), and cover again with 15 cm of sand. Then place a red warning wire mesh, and top up with earth; bring the sheath up to the place where you want to install your lamppost, leaving enough excess for the connection. Step 5: For the stability of the lamppost, provide a concrete base with a depth of 30 cm. Locate the fixing points, drill, insert the dowels and screw your floor lamp to the seat. Step 6: After fixing the foot by passing the sleeve through the center, install the mast while always passing the sleeve through the center and make the connection. Step 7: Install energy saving light bulbs on the lamppost. Step 8: Cover the concrete with soil, and plant sod over it. It's over !

4 / When did the invention of the floor lamp date?

In France, the first public lighting dates back to 1667. Lanterns were installed on every street corner, first in Paris, then very quickly in the rest of the country. These street lights were candles that had to be lighted manually; it was the designated inhabitants who took care of it. A century later, a system using oil replaced the candles. Street lights then evolved little by little, especially with the arrival of electricity. Today, outdoor streetlights continue to evolve; as their high electricity consumption is not consistent with current values ​​relating to sustainable development, more and more public street lights are fitted with solar panels.

5 / Where to buy a vintage floor lamp?

Installing a vintage floor lamp in your living room or in a bedroom will add character to your room. But it's not always easy to know where to go to get one. If you want to buy a vintage floor lamp on the internet, there are many sites like The Woods Gallery that offer this kind of object. However, beware of scams; some so-called “vintage” products may not be at all, so do your research before investing. Otherwise, you can go to a flea market, or to a specialized store. If you have the opportunity to take a look at the great Lille flea market or the Lyon flea market, you will surely find a vintage lamppost!

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