Make A Rustic Wood Iron Pipe Vanity Light DIY

How to make a rustic rough barnwood and metal iron pipe vanity light yourself diy. For vanity lights I love the look and simplicity of rustic barn wood and iron metal pipe combined. This is the best way I could find to make a video to show how to make it yourself.

Here is the list of what I used for this project.
http://bit.ly/FloorFlange 4 – 1/2″ floor flanges
http://bit.ly/ReducingElbow 4 – 1/2″ – 3/4″ reducing elbows
http://bit.ly/3InchNipple 4 – 3″ nipples or 4” if you rather
http://bit.ly/LightHolderSocket 4 – Light Sockets with pigtails
http://bit.ly/GorillaSuperGlueGel 1 – super glue gel
http://bit.ly/BlackWoodScrews 1- pack or 16 black wood screws
http://bit.ly/ElectricalWire14 1 – each black and white wire
http://bit.ly/SpliceConnectors 1 – pack yellow splice connector
http://bit.ly/WireCrimpingTool 1 – wire crimping tool
http://bit.ly/DarkStainMarker 1 – dark stain marker
http://bit.ly/TrimHeadScrews 1 – pack trim head screws
http://bit.ly/WireStrippers 1- Wire strippers
Also Rubbing alcohol which you probably already have.

Hopefully you enjoyed this video. Let me know how you did building your own light.
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Comments

Dwayne Handley says:

Where did you get the pipe materials? Did you buy the pipe pre- threaded?

Pete A Zervos says:

Well done.

talib kanaan says:

I LOVE it
thank you for this video

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