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Fabric Lampshade, Chestnut and Brushed Copper, 50x30 cm
Fabric Lampshade, Chestnut and Brushed Copper, 50x30 cmby Love Frankie
This charming drum lampshade with brushed copper lining and lush textured covering makes a magnificent addition to a contemporary decor. Mounted by hand to PVC lined with copper, the fabric features a silky sheen with amber and mahogany hues that stands out in any setting. The gleaming copper lining adds a touch of glamour to the light fitting, while the earthy tones on the textured textile lessens the effect, so that it's not overwhelming. In Narrow Tall or Shallow Wide formats, these bespoke lampshades with flame retardant PVC overlay can be made to suit any room. The layers of fabric focus the light on the ceiling and the floor so that no light escapes through the drum. They come in various sizes and colours, and they can be used with ceiling pendants, floor lamps or table lamps. This original Love Frankie design handmade in the UK is a bold statement piece for any room or layout! Dimensions: available in 10 different sizes All sizes are suitable for ceiling pendants, table or floor lamps Central ring is 4cm down (pendant fitting) or up (desk lamp fitting) from the edge of the frame Maximum bulb 60W or energy saver 15W Please note that cables, lamp holders and lamp bases are not included Design: Love Frankie Designed and handmade in the UK Love Frankie Lampshades Love Frankie's range of designer lampshades are available in a range of colours, outer materials (including silk and cotton), and inner linings (copper, gold and patterned).Read More
Your lighting won't be complete without some additional accessories. Whether you already have a lighting fixture that you need a bulb for or you have a lamp that could do with an update, lighting accessories are essential for maintaining, updating and controlling your lights.

What lighting accessories do I need?


Light bulbs are the main ingredient of lighting so get the first step right by choosing the right bulb. There are incandescent, fluorescent, compact fluorescent, halogen or LED light bulbs to choose from and all sorts of styles to go for if you're thinking of showing off your lighting with an exposed bulb. The type of bulb you choose will have an effect on the type of light that will be produced, so deciding on a bulb is not a quick decision, especially if you're choosing it for the main source of light in a room.

Next, you might want to think about lamp bases if you're going for some table or floor lamps, and then lampshades. These will also affect the quality and power of your light, but hopefully your choices will mostly be about the design and style of your lamps rather than anything else. Buying bases and lampshades separately is a good idea if you want the option to mix up the styles and colours of your lighting from time to time. If you have a ceiling light then you can also alter the look of your light by changing the shade. From paper globes to patterned drum shades and traditional conical shapes, there are a plethora of shade styles and designs to run wild with. For those that want to make a grand feature of their lighting, there are even ceiling roses available online for you to take a look at. These are plaster mouldings that sit in the centre of your ceiling and act as a frame for your ceiling light.

Lighting is not all about ceiling lights and lamps; there is under cabinet lighting, outdoor lighting, strip lighting, spotlights and uplighting for all the areas that are slightly harder to illuminate. For these light fixtures you might need to seek out some lighting hardware to make sure you have all the components and parts to make sure your lighting works efficiently. For the ultimate in home lighting, there is also the option to use lighting controls and timers so that your lights can be turned on, dimmed and turned off automatically via central controls. This will save your home energy in the long run if it avoids light being wasted in empty rooms.

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