As detailed at Cut Out+Keep, this isn’t a super-speedy project — you’ll need to spend some time designing and sawing, not to mention concealing cables, but the end result is impressive, and you could easily customise the colours to match your overall theme for a given room. For more crafty Tetris projects, check out the Tetris magnets, and don’t forget a game of Tetris can have beneficial effects. Thanks Gail!
DIY Tetris Wall Lights
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