Continuing with the Art Deco/Streamline Moderne Style
My wife approved of the look of the dining room lamp, so I was permitted to continue my construction practices and create some living room sconces.
These lamps are made from cut (what a job to cut these accurately) white plastic waste-paper baskets, stained glass (cut and smoothed by the stained glass store where I bought them), and aluminum flats. I recently thought of a slightly better design for the aluminum, but I have other projects calling.
I used epoxy for the glue, and the lamps are delicate, but they don't get touched where they live. We wanted lots of light in the living room, so I put two-bulb fixtures in each lamp (they are on a dimmer circuit).
I also stucco'd the white brick fireplace with black stucco and built a mantle for it, but that's another project.