Definition of lampshade
: a cover that softens or directs the light of a lamp
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Decor: Brightly colored walls and dark-stained wood give the restaurant a rustic feel, with tequila bottles up-cycled as lampshades.
The group also builds custom furnishings for the hotel — antiqued mirrors, one-of-a-kind tables, cabinets, chairs and lampshades — that are more unique and typically less expensive than buying from outside vendors.
Anderson Pierce, 34, of San Diego, who stopped by while wearing an acrylic mask that resembled a neon lampshade, was impressed with the new dome.
And beside the reception desk stands a sculptural, look-at-me lamp — a giant black horse with a lampshade on its head — by the cutting-edge Swedish design firm Front.
The renovations were done on a tight budget—furniture was either upcycled or donated, while lampshades were hand-knitted by a team of volunteers.
And while every room contains some small, soft gleam, the overall aura is embodied in, of all things, the lampshades.
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