As part of IKEAs kitchen appliance campaign we made a book about baking. It was the perfect way to ensure a connection between IKEAS kitchen appliances and one of the best things you can do in a kitchen: baking. Biscuits, buns and cakes from great traditional swedish recipes. The fact that we let ourselves be inspired by high fashion and japanese minimalism rather than ordinary baking photos with a chequered table cloth in the background just made the project more fun.
Pieter Bostoen made this original lamp called Bäsil by using 15 BÄSTIS dog/cat food bowls, 7 lamps (also from Ikea), lamps sock and wiring.
To make it, is really easy. I drilled a hole in the center of the bowl, put two together and connect them with the lamp sock (screw system). The whole is finished by a single bowl at the top where all the wiring comes together and makes a fixation on the ceiling.
Three of our readers commented on the New: KULLA Table Lamp post expressing their disappointment on KULLA’s touch dimmer system. It turns out that most of the KULLA buyers have the same problem and keep the lamp just because they LOVE it.
After giving an advice on the comment section (not sure if anybody tried out my suggestion), I found this article where Nick from Portland decided to replace the old burned out dimmer for a new one.
As promised, we have found a solution to the Kramfors Problem. We are now able to make covers for the leather Kramfors, without destroying the original upholstery. We have also made the covers non-slip by pre-attaching Velcro to the slipcovers.