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“blue walls, blue headboard” — dianeacj
Heather Merenda
False Creek
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actually makes his own lamps — both the pendant light and floor lamp are his own creations!
Stacked lampshade idea for fam room
stacked lampshades, lit with low watt string lights
lampshades stacked ontop of each other
Stacked lampshades with string of lights for a tall lamp
stacked lampshades, illuminated by low-watt bulbs for a soft glow.The texture in the wall painting, by Wayne Coryell, is meant to look like the skin of a drum.
13. Stacked-lampshade lighting fixture. Plain-Jane lampshades got new life in this homeowner's artful lighting installation. Each lampshade
“art” — sitadaav
Rikki Snyder
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Eclectic Farm House
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are my own handpainted lampshades. I use a fabric paint from Jacquard. You are supposed to heatset it but I don't. They do fade after a while but I like the faded quality. I have these lampshades in different wacky patterns all through my house. Good luck.
do you make your own lamp shades? if you
windows make the space seem even larger than it is.
this makes me want to fix that crooked lamp shade :)
windows make the space seem even larger than it is.More of Kristin's handmade lamps and colorful pillows keeps the upstairs area bright and inviting. The family loves this addition to their home and spends a lot of time relaxing here.
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on her own for her daughter's room. It's a knock out for a young, sweet girl's bedroom.
skimp on a lampshade. The right shade takes a lamp from ordinary to fantastic, while putting a skimpy or boring or lifeless shade on a base is like wearing saddle shoes with a black lace dress. (My husband has no idea what this means, but hopefully the ladies get my point. And if you’re just too young, use
skimp on a lampshade. The right shade takes a lamp from ordinary to fantastic, while putting a skimpy or boring or lifeless shade on a base is like wearing saddle shoes with a black lace dress. (My husband has no idea what this means, but hopefully the ladies get my point. And if you’re just too young, use
“I should put the lamp off centered close to the bed or away from it just not right in the middle of” — heidi245
Just a Girl
Just a Girl
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Have to make Sami a fringed lamp shade like this!
DIY girls lampshade just using white shade with strips of fabric
Love the mailbox, for love letters to your child!
white lampshade using fabric, trim and fabric glue. This charming lampshade is a great example of how effective this project can be.
treatments and lampshades. The most important rule of thumb: Keep it tasteful. Think plain and modest, not overblown and in-your-face. Updated twist: To steer clear of fussiness, limit the number of trims you incorporate into a single space. The dainty lamp above, for example, is balanced by sleeker accents in
existing lampshade is just the sort of thing my 10-year-old daughter would love to do. Purchase a yard or so of rickrack and pom-pom trim and get out the glue.
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Tara Seawright
Master Bedroom
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Can you tell me who makes the bedspread?
Who makes the window shades ?
because your space gets little sunlight, I would suggest a warmer white such as Dover White 6385 (Sherwin-Williams), which has an ivory undertone.
chairs to make phone calls from; every home should have a cozy place to dial some digits.
This room feels so bright. The black lampshade helps to balance all the white and splashes of citron yellow.Tip: Think about contrast when you're deciding whether to go black or white with your lampshade. What
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still making the wet area appropriately drain. Help.
Can you tell me what make and model of tile it is, and also what it's made?
What is the color of the walls? Also, who makes the wall sconce?
to me. Your thoughts woud be most appreciated.
Who makes this tub and what
what is your point in this ? Thanks
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Thank you for your question! We'd really need to see your plans & get more sizing information
Thank you for your question! We would need more information & plans to give you an accurate answer. If you are not working with a designer, we would also be glad to provide you with a consulation if that would be valuable. We want your space to reflect it’s own beauty
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using dark lampshades. More opacity means less light, so select your fabric accordingly. If you’re struggling to see your significant other, opt for a higher-wattage bulb within your lamp’s safety guidelines. Or, if the fixture permits, switch to a three-way bulb.
Say, “Not tonight, dear” to harsh lighting by using dark lampshades. More opacity means less light, so select your fabric accordingly. If you’re struggling to see your significant other, opt for a
using dark lampshades. More opacity means less light, so select your fabric accordingly. If you’re struggling to see your significant other, opt for a higher-wattage bulb within your lamp’s safety guidelines. Or, if the fixture permits, switch to a three-way bulb.
“Lamp height” — melodyparker
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