Lampshade


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Lampshade

Used to mute the direct glare of a bulb. Fabric shades are stretched over a metal wire frame. Clip-on lampshades attach directly onto the bulb where harps are not available.
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Instead of lampshades at night, candlelights add drama to the interior of the house.
For the invention to work, users pour jesmonite, a bio resin, into the lampshade mould and add a colourant of their choice.
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The structure combines an acrylic inner lampshade with a beech stand for a playful contrast, and is available in white and gray.
Where can I find some really pretty lampshades with a modern twist?
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Height of the party season and sporting a white lampshade.
Ribowsky takes some DNA samples of the lampshade and, with Jacobson's agreement, sends them to Bode Technology, a genetic analysis lab in Virginia charged with the grim task of identifying the remains of 9/11 victims.
Documents submitted to the court showed how, in a series of letters, they argued over whether or not paint pots in the garage, net curtains and lampshades were "joint property".
Opaque material like tin foil blocked the most amount of light so it would make the best sky-friendly lampshade.
Engineered and built to withstand demanding bedside use, it has standard features such as a night-light, convenient outlet, and easy-to-clean durable lampshade.