Custom Shades

May 26, 2010

Tired of looking around for that perfect lamp shade color to match your new sofa? You found the color your like but can’t stand the ugly pattern? Or you love everything about your lamp but if only that trim color was different?? We’ve all been there…

Here is something for you.. I stumbled upon this little lamp shade heaven while searching for new lighting ideas: CUSTOM design your own shades!

Lamps Plus is one of my favorite lighting stores.. I’ve browsed their website so many times before but never quite paid attention to the personalized lamp shades section. Apparently Lamps Plus offers this option where you can choose your shade’s shape, pattern, and color combination for pendants, to ceiling lights, wall sconces, table lamps, floor lamps.. you name it!

Some of the shade designs I played with:

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3 Responses to “Custom Shades”

  1. John Says:

    Hello, Shatha – thanks so much for the kind words and the post.

    We’ve got more in store for the Design Your Own lighting section, including new patterns and a whole new section of customizable products, so check back soon!

    We’ll include your post in a blog round-up in our Lamps Plus blog: http://www.lampsplus.com/Info-Center/b/blog/

    I really enjoyed reading your blog. Thanks again and keep up the good work!


  2. […] at blog the Velvet Palette likes our Design Your Own tool as well. She writes: "Lamps Plus is one of my favorite lighting stores.. I’ve browsed their website so many […]


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