£44.00 - £45.00
Lamps with Shade
Sophisticated and stylish lamps with shades are an easy way to refresh any space from a hallway or entryway to a mantel over a fireplace. Designed to lend beautiful light wherever they are placed, a carefully chosen lamp with a shade will fill a blank wall and add light to an otherwise dark area.
At www.Netlighting.co.uk you can choose from a wide variety of shaded lamps to find the perfect fit for your project. Select from brass, matte nickel, white, brushed chrome, and many other finishes to complement your decor. The shades on these fixtures come in a variety of colours, patterns and styles to suit your tastes perfectly. A shade not only adds a touch of elegance to a fixture it helps to softly diffuse light creating a warm and inviting look.
At www.Netlighting.co.uk you will find classic, traditional, retro, cottage style, modern, industrial and other styles to suit any interior space. Whether your look is minimalist, modern or contemporary, you are sure to find the perfect shaded light for your home or office.
Before you drill any holes have a plan for where you would like to place your shaded lamp. If it is a hallway you may want to opt for a smaller fixture so as not to have it protrude into the corridor. For a large space or to accent a mirror or painting, you will want to choose a fixture that complements the existing piece and ensure that the placement of the fixture does not cover any architectural feature or part of the artwork that you are trying to highlight.
Shaded lights offer an easy way to add soft, warm light to any space with ease. They can be hung solo or in pairs over a mantel, console table or buffet. Try a shaded light next to a bed to free up bedside table space and still lend light just where it is needed.
When it comes to lighting, one of the most important things that you will want to consider before style, finish or material is size. Just like one wrong measurement can ruin a recipe when cooking, choosing an incorrectly sized light fixture can seriously disrupt the design flow of your space. Planners recommend a happy medium between too big and too small; that way the fixture is harmonious with the scale of the area without overpowering or feeling too small.