Lamp. Tuesday , February 06th , 2018 - 10:23:10 AM
Elegant shades graced table and floor lamps as well as crystal chandeliers imported from Europe. And the electric light bulb enabled fine work to be sewn at night usually under a parlor bridge lamp. Today the tradition of hand-sewn lamp shades continues and here are tips and sewing techniques from the experts. When buying or recovering a lamp shade today, keep the design of the lamp base in mind. Curved shades compliment curved lamps and angular shades normally work best with angular lamps. Shade frames are available for lamp bases with harps, bridge lamps, floor lamps with glass bowls, chandeliers, headboards, night-lights and more.
Henna Lamps: One of the most beautiful of them all is the Moroccan henna lamps, which will add a class and bring elegance to your living room as well as your life. Your neighbors would stare at them, look at you with envy and ask you where you found them. The Moroccan Henna lampshade is a symbol of subtleness mixed with style and any thing that is related to art, history and culture is always looked at as being a class apart. These lamps are unique decoration items and they will add some color to your otherwise normal life. You can place them anywhere be it on top of the piano or the fireplace or place them gently over the center table. They have this uncanny nature of fitting in anywhere and everywhere.
Shade frames can usually be recovered or new ones purchased. An antique frame is stripped, covered with rust-retardant and recovered. Over the years, a large variety of styles were designed. Interesting, all the frames have names. Since flowers played such an important role in the Victorian decorating scheme, many have names such as Tulip and Daffodil.
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