• How to cover a lampshade with wallpaper

    by  • 27/04/2011 • Country craft • 2 Comments

    I love this idea from our up-and-coming June issue. Just take a piece of a favourite wallpaper (ours is from Ornamenta), cut it to size and stick to a plain cream or white lampshade using wallpaper paste. Avoid using a paper shade as, depending on the consistency, the paste can be quite wet. It’s an easy way to update and co-ordinate a room for very little expense – especially if you use an old offcut of paper and a shade that you already have. For all the instructions go to our sister site House to Home.

    Cover a lampshade with wallpaper

    Choose a wallpaper design to co-ordinate with the accent shades in your room.

    2 Responses to How to cover a lampshade with wallpaper

    1. Dusty Bicket
      06/10/2012 at 6:54 am

      I always use lamp shades that are made from Light Emitting Diodes because they are cheap and reliable. They also produce less heat compared to incandescent lamps. ::”`.

      Our blog site
      http://www.melatoninfaq.com/

    2. Joan Bowes
      06/11/2012 at 3:31 am

      There are already some LED lampshades these days which consumes less electricity.*

      Check out our very own webpage as well
      http://www.prettygoddess.com

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