There are many different varieties of wicker lamp shades, so how do you know which one to pick? You can browse plenty of wicker lamp shades online or in-store, but if you’re not sure what to look for, it can be difficult to determine whether or not the one you’re looking at will be right for your space. Consider the following five wicker lamp shades when you’re shopping around to make sure you get the best possible option.
White Wicker Lamp Shade
A wicker lampshade with white gives you a charming country feel. This gives your house a warm cozy feeling like you’re at Grandma’s house on Christmas day. If you have a family that lives far away, decorating your home with these shades will help keep your loved ones close to heart. The white color of these shades looks great in any room of your home. Another good thing about having a lampshade made out of wicker is that it can give off some texture to your room. Making it looks even better than before! Another important feature of having one of these is that they are able to be used inside or outside without too much worry. Because they are typically very durable!
Yellow Wicker Lamp Shade
If you’re looking for a lampshade that can brighten up any space, try a yellow one. Yellow wicker lampshades are great for kids’ rooms, as they provide cheerful energy to play or study. Plus, these are extremely affordable, so you can afford to stock up on several bedrooms and playrooms. These are also nice choices if you have an antique desk with an understated finish. The yellow of your shade will pop against most finishes and bring life to what could be otherwise dull furniture. Most of them are adjustable too, so just choose whatever size fits your desk best! If you’re concerned about appearance, there are many different varieties of wicker available. Choose something neutral like white to make it really easy to match it with other things in your room.
Polka Dot Wicker Lamp Shade
If you’re looking for an inexpensive lampshade that will add color to any room in your home, look no further than a polka dot wicker lamp shade. These versatile shades come in a wide range of colors and patterns and they’re easy to find at almost any hardware store or home goods retailer. To install one, simply measure your lamp and purchase a new lampshade with an appropriate diameter. Once you get it home, all you have to do is pop it onto your existing light bulb base.
As always, make sure you keep an eye on your fingers—don’t get burnt by sticking them between glass panels! And never operate your light while wearing flammable clothing. We don’t recommend running around naked while handling lamps, but if you like doing that (and only that), consider installing an LED bulb instead of a classic incandescent model. These bulbs are hotter than regular lights; meaning, anything touching their surface will feel its heat faster and more intensely. By swapping out for LEDs you can reduce burn risk significantly (for both yourself and anyone else who may be present).
Blue Square Patterned Lampe Gras Shade
This traditional yet simple design is perfect for any décor. Its classic, square shape paired with its neutral color makes it a great match for any room or style of the house. At 8 inches wide and 6 inches tall, it’s also a great size to provide plenty of coverage without becoming too big for any lamp. Made of 100% wicker, it’s both durable and eco-friendly, which means you can count on years of use out of your new shade. You don’t have to worry about sun damage or fading. We’ve got that covered with our lamp shades made from woven wicker and rice paper to ensure they stay nice and bright (and not peeling) over time.
Striped Blue and White Gingham Shade
This is a striped lampshade that has alternating stripes of dark blue and white, with either one or two stripes of each color on either side. This would be perfect for almost any style of home or office, especially if you like a touch of country in your space. It works well with anything from a classic desk to a modern couch to a farmhouse dining table. But it can also add just a little something special to any room. This will keep your space cool in summer and warm in winter without being too heavy, so it’s great year-round. The gingham pattern also helps add interest to whatever it’s near without adding too much visual clutter.