"Custom builds plus shipping prevent me from considering having something made. Your description gives me some ideas though. Such as converting a cabinet and using can lights, along with metal stove rings to seat the bottles on."
The base was built by a dear friend who does custom furniture/woodwork. I'd have to ask him specifically what he did to wire everything up underneath, but it has definitely been a life saver for my "zen zone."
Three of the lights…"
A purple glitter lamp when I was a kid. I remember being disappointed because I was expecting a traditional lava flow lamp and didn't realize it was glitter. A cleaning service broke it by accident. I didn't replace it until adulthood.
My Collection Includes this many Lava Lamps:
6 of my own, homemade lamps.
My Favorite Lava Lamp is:
Part of me wants to say my very first successful goo, but probably my lamp I made with a belvedere sweet tea bottle. The bottom is orange so the light comes through it and looks awesome. I call it Belvy.