They might not give off much light, but they sure are stylish. Take a look at the extensive catalog we have cobbled together of woven lamp shades, capable of fitting any lamp. They have a look that will catch the eye and will last a long time. We have plenty of options to choose from and we think you will find the woven lamp shade for your home in this collection. Take a gander.
Shade with Subtle Texture
Shade with Subtle Texture
A woven lampshade that gives a cozy modern farmhouse appeal. This drum shaped piece is beautifully crafted from linen with hand painted details. It comes with a spider attachment for easy compatibility with most lamps.
Available in navy blue, oatmeal, and white. The navy-blue option would look perfect in traditional, moody, dramatic, eclectic, and transitional interiors, especially when paired with a slim antique bronze or rounded ceramic base. Meanwhile, the oatmeal and white models work best in timeless and contemporary spaces. For a modern approach, pair these with a glass base.
These woven lamp shades fit most lamps with its attached washer fitter. It comes in a variety of colors, and all made from quality linen. Its subtle empire shape highlights its texture for added visual appeal.
Offered in ten different colors, you can create a variety of looks using these lampshades. We recommend the periwinkle lampshade for white wooden vintage chandeliers, applied with crystal edge trims for the perfect cottage style look. Or you can pair the rich red shade with a black or polished chrome tubular rod base for a modern vibe.
A woven lamp with a traditional empire silhouette. It features a masterfully hand-tailored burlap fabric for a modern farmhouse aesthetic. It maintains its natural color and rests on heavy grade metal frame that is resistant to rust.
A stunning option for a tropical interior. This would pair well with a baluster type wooden lamp base in a rich, dark stain and a warm white bulb. Complete your table vignette by styling it with a wooden tray filled with oriental wicker balls. Its attractive and subtle textures will also work well in rustic, farmhouse, and coastal style living rooms and bedrooms.
Empire Style Shade
Empire Style Shade
Bay Isle Home™
These woven lamps add a rustic style to a space. It allows illumination to pass through its light brown hardback burlap material following an empire silhouette. Comes with a fitter attachment suitable for most lamps.
With its compact dimensions, this piece can also be used as a chandelier lampshade. In this direction, multiple pieces could be used to replace the shade of a wrought iron chandelier, providing your interior with a warmer illumination. As a table lamp, this would pair well with slimmer posts in antique bronze, brass, or one with a dark black finish.
This woven lamp can create a special space in a room. Its handmade rattan material adds a rustic aesthetic. The drum shaped piece rests on a sturdy metal frame to match the natural color of the shade.
The white and gray options are your best bet for coastal and shabby chic interiors. Place these on top of a wicker base like the design of the shade for a unique and consistent look. Meanwhile, the brown rattan option would be perfect for tropical interiors. For table lamps, opt for a slim, carved wood base. Also looks great as a floor lampshade.
Bring something different to your décor's style - an extraordinary hanging lamp with ingeniously woven shade gives this welcome extra edge to the room. The shade's shape was somehow inspired by bee hive.
Vintage wood lamp shade net wicker retro
This lamp embodies the moment when two styles meet - a magnificent combination of retro and futurism design, enchanting for both the enthusiasts of vintage, as well as modern style.
Dareau Woven Rattan Lamp Shade
Bring class and impeccable cozy ambiance into your spaces with these intricately woven lampshades. Available in a wide variety of sizes, these shades come with a beautiful rounded design. They are also finished in neutral dark brown to deliver outstanding décor value.
Architect: Yong Pak of Pak Heydt & Associates, Interior Design: Kay Douglass, Photos: Mali Azima
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Being a great example of handcrafting, these beautiful bamboo pendant lamps come from an award-winning inspiring concept store. They embody well the contemporary trends in design - minimalism, yet being also close to nature.
Woven lamp shade that looks very attractive in any design at day and night. It is solid and protected from high temperatures generated by light source. Its neutral gray color perfectly matches any interior design.
Handwoven lampshades finished in neutral dark blue. The shades are also very durable and come in several sizes to choose from. They are designed to bring that romantic ambiance into your spaces thanks to the cozy lighting that they deliver. They should be great for the bedroom.
Looking for a bold piece of décor accessory to grab the attention of your guests? Well, this handwoven lampshade offers exactly that. The shade is constructed from a stunning combination of dried passion fruit vines and painted corrugated iron sheets for an impeccable classy appeal.
Wicker isn’t just for chairs – these statement-making Italian lamps add coastal style in a creative way. To keep the mahogany cabinets from looking too dark, the interiors were painted white, and glass fronts were added to reflect natural light.
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