What’s the first thing you do every morning after you wake up and the last thing you do every night before you get in bed? You turn on and off your light! Lamps are frequently an afterthought in your decor, but they’re actually a great opportunity to add a little bit of flair to your room.
Designing on a budget? Sleek and modern lighting solutions don’t have to break the bank. Hence, especially when a sculptural paper is at play. Here we’ve enlisted wallpaper leftover from another home project. And put it to work as a small shade for an ambient pendant fixture.
This method could easily be translated into a larger focal pendant fixture over a dining table or living area. The possibilities are endless and the budget is quite affordable. I’d call that a win!
Sometimes origami DIYs tend to be more of a hassle than fun. Thus, with all the stress of getting the folds exactly right. And for someone who’s not so experienced at it. Hence, the whole process might seem a bit daunting. But trust me, if you follow these simple instructions, there is very little room for error.
DIY Leather Pendant Lampshade
This sleek and modern lamp lewk is just the right amount of decor without losing function. It’s time to get lit!
DIY Flamingo Marquee Lamp
There’s nothing like a bright, pink bird to really bring your place together. We love the creative use of string lights in this DIY lampshade project.
This slightly rustic idea is as simple as it is pretty. Plus, it’ll make you a wrap star.
Balsa Wood Lampshade
Balsa wood is bendy which allows you to manipulate it into shapes and patterns, as shown in this truly original shade.
We can’t decide which we love more: how cool chevron looks in gold or how easy it is to create the pattern with painter’s tape.