By Alexandre Lucas. Lamps. Published at Wednesday, February 27th, 2019 - 14:18:40 PM.
There are a variety of beautiful styles and colors to choose from as well when you are trying to decorate with Tiffany lamps lighting. Some of these lamps are designed to reflect unique designs on the walls of your home, while there are others that have very unique bases that add to your stylish décor, such as flower stem looks or even bases that look like the neck of a beautiful swam. Some of the colors that you can find include gold, greens, violet, various shades of red, plum, merlot, and many more. Often some of the lamp bases have beautiful wrought iron accents, while others have a bronze finish that compliments the unique colors that are used.
Our diverse selection of Tiffany Style lamps and reproductions will both beautify and illuminate your home with all the warmth and charm of the originals. Louis Comfort Tiffany did not begin his career in stained glass lighting. Long before Tiffany lamps were gracing the homes of people throughout the world caught up in the ” Art Nouveau” craze, the genius first tackled art, interior design, and even helping his father with his world famous jewelry store. A profound and deep respect and admiration for Nature dominated Louis Comfort. It affected his art, his interior design, and ultimately helped influence all facets of Tiffany Lighting including lampshade design and layout.
Rawhide and leather chandelier lamp shades are a superb option for southwestern or metal chandeliers and lights. Because they are an easy way to incorporate southwestern style that looks great with southwestern and Native American accessories, many designers are choosing to incorporate them in their design projects. Sometimes you will see these kinds of lamp shades used on large lighting fixtures in hunting cabins, western homes, and steakhouse restaurants where a southwestern design style is used. You will most likely be surprised at how easy it is to incorporate western design into your interior design by simply using rawhide lamp shades on your chandeliers and wall sconces, or on lamps that need a smaller size southwestern style shade.
If you have used a patterned fabric or paper you will probably not need much in the way of decoration although you might like to add a braid trim around the edges in a coordinating color. If you have made a plain shade however you can really go to town adding beads, sequins, fringing and the like. Your glue gun will come in handy once again for attaching anything you desire to your shade. Use your imagination and create something very special and unique but remember that you will have to replicate the process for each individual shade so make sure you don’t run out of trimmings.
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