Tangerine Dreams lampshade
- In stock and delivered within 2 weeks
- Get it by Mon, 8 November
- CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: This item is still shipping and delivery times are currently accurate
Stunning hand-tailored lampshade
Gorgeous handmade vintage-style lampshade made with Japanese Kimono fabric teamed with tangerine polka dots and lined with sunshine yellow polka dot fabric. The lampshade is trimmed with orange tassles and deep blue and green ribbons, plus ric rac.
This shade will need a carrier to fit a standard lamp stand and a spider to hang from the ceiling. I can supply both these fittings for an additional price. I also sell beautifully restored and painted lamp stands, so please contact me directly if you would like to discuss a stand also.
This really is a beautiful and unique shade. A true statement piece for any home.
Maximum bulb 60W.
28cm (H) x 46cm (W) (at widest part) / 11in (H) x 18in (W)
Thank you for visiting my storefront. If you have any questions about this product or any other products I have for sale please feel free to contact me. I also take on commissions happily.
|Dimensions:||28cm (h) x 46cm (w) (at widest part) / 11in (h) x 18in (w)|
|Colour tones:||white, blue, green, orange, yellow|
|One-off:||Yes - this product is one-of-a-kind|
Delivery and returns
This item is sold and dispatched directly by Mols & Tati-Lois.
We offer a 14 day no-quibble money-back guarantee, so if you're not delighted with your purchase you can return it for a refund. Please note that some exclusions apply, e.g. made-to-order items.
About the brand
Mols & Tati-Lois (aka Natalia Price-Cabrera) is a purveyor of stunning hand-tailored lampshades and visual daily diarist. Fashioning beautiful soft-sided and drum lampshades out of vintage and contemporary designer fabrics using traditional techniques, Mols & Tati-Lois creates truly unique pieces that will be cherished additions to any living space.
Offering an off-the-peg and bespoke service, if you are looking for a statement lampshade for your home, contact Mols & Tati-Lois. To quote designer Jonathan Adler: “Lighting is the unsung hero of design.”