The home decor will transform the boring home into a fabulous one. You can focus the new home decor on the accessories like the sofa color; toss pillows, ceiling lamps or even carpet. If you look at the home décor ideas, there are various lines to follow. You can choose the modern, contemporary, traditional, retro, art deco, mid century and eclectic design. If you are interested with minimalism and simplicity, avoid the usage of ornate, intricate and elaborate the home décor accessories. You can provide beauty in the house by installing a woven ball pendant shade on the ceiling.
How to make a woven lamp shade
You can evoke charm, beauty, function and form using a nice woven lamp. The ball shaped one can add geometric style in the modern or contemporary home decor. Talking about the price of a woven lamp, you can get the inexpensive one. It is often sold in various hand crafted stores in town. You can choose a flamboyant woven lamp if the room is very eclectic and decorative. It can be in bold color like hot red, burnt yellow and bright orange. Or you can match the color of the woven lamp with the living room interior color. The beach styled living room will be extraordinary if you decorate the ceiling a stylish navy blue, beige or orange woven ball pendant lamp. It will match the white sofa set, beige colored sisal rug and fish printed toss pillows in the beach living room.
The woven lamp is not plain and boring. You can choose the printed one in geometric, round, abstract or even floral pattern. Determine the size of the woven ball ceiling pendant lamp carefully. If you want to set a series of woven pendant lamps, the size should be small. If you want to illuminate the space with only a single woven lamp, it should be large. You can set the pendant lamp above the coffee table if it is located inside the living room. If you have it inside the dining room, set it above the dining table. If you want to decorate it around the modern stair, it should be flattering at the center of the ceiling.
Published at Wednesday, June 29th 2016 by Leslie Gace