Looking for a touch of industrial lighting? Here's a great idea: an adjustable bedside reading lamp made with a simple metal pulley, spotted in the home of Montreal architect Paul Bernier and Joëlle Thibault, featured in Dwell.
Bernier used a vintage clothesline pulley, picked up at a flea market, and a light fixture made with standard issue cord. Use the following components below to create a similar look of your own.
Above: The bedside pulley lamp that can be adjusted.
Above: An industrial pulley is attached to the ceiling. Photograph by Alex Hobbs.
Above: Custom cords are available in a choice of colors and lengths with plug options online from EarthSeaWarrior.