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Office Lamp Prettified | Just a Girl Blog
I’ve been on the hunt for just the right lamp for my “in the works” craft room/office. Luckily, Salvation Army had just the one I was looking for. Unluckily, it was pretty uhhh…tall. I knew I was madly in love with the base, so I threw the $8.00 at the lady (thinking I was paying […]
Ruffled Lamp Tutorial
I have had this project on my mind for awhile now. There is something so satisfying about embellishing a lampshade, and I have been patiently waiting for that magical moment where a few hours, inspiration and the necessary materials all...
Lamp Shade Re-do - Sonya Hamilton Designs
If you’ve followed this blog for a while, you know I love the concept of mixing unexpected fabrics together. When Stacey asked me to make her shower curtain, as well as recover a lamp shade for her bathroom, she particularly wanted this mix of fabrics. You can see more on Stacey’s Shower Curtain here. The lampshade began as your basic 6 sided lampshade. I removed the eyelash fringe but kept
Lamp Redo - DIY Antique Finish & Recovered Lampshade - Painted Furniture Ideas
I have an old lamp that I bought several years ago, probably from Target or someplace cheap. I decided to recover the lampshade and paint the base. I started by recovering the lampshade with fabric. The tricky part was covering the lampshade evenly and dealing with the slanting lines of the lampshade. I used mod...Read More
Beautiful DIY Lampshade Ideas | Just Imagine - Daily Dose of Creativity
Most would agree that the right lamp can add the finishing touches to any room, but can be hard to find, expensive at times, and not exactly up to our standards at other times. There are enough woes t
Lamp Makeover with Greek Key Trim | Honey We're Home
Hi all! Hope you had a lovely weekend and are ready for a great week. I kicked off the weekend with a DIY project that took less than 45 minutes- my kind of project! I transformed a pair of Homegoods lamps with spray paint and Greek Key trim. I adore the result. You may recall seeing these lamps before, because they have been through a previous transformation- that I wasn’t crazy about. They were initially a faux distressed dull tan and I sprayed them navy blue and added a corresponding…