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Old 03-10-2009, 08:17 AM   #1
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fabricating / modifying interior light

I've been looking for new interior lighting and haven't been able to find what I'm looking for... I'm trying to put a *spa-like* spin on my interior and want to replace the light above the sink and also at the bed.

I was at Target the other day, browsing the aisles, and stumbled upon this square bamboo utensil holder:

I bought three, hoping I could convert them into lighting. I'm thinking I could secure two under the kitchen cabinet and the third under the existing shelf (turned upside down). Now I can't find a fixture to mount inside of it - like an open bulb. Anyone know what I might be able to modify to work inside this bamboo *cover*?? Maybe something that would allow for 2-3 (12v) open bulbs - and I could use plastic to line the bamboo cover & diffuse the light.
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