17 DIY Paper Lampshades
Paper lampshades are an aesthetic lighting option. They are a fun way to light up your living space. You can also use them in your bedroom as bed lights. It is good to use paper that is fireproof or use low power lights (less than 60 watts) to keep fire hazards at bay.
These marbled paper lampshades are pretty easy to make. You can use them to enhance your interior décor or hang them over a summer party table.
This fun lampshade is made out of a single piece of paper. It can be easily customized to any size, color and paper thickness. It can beautifully transform your interiors.
Cut strips of paper go into the making of this unusual lampshade. It boasts of two big spherical parts. If you don’t like plain white, you can go for pink, orange or yellow.
The fine holes on the body of this DIY lampshade make it a pop pick. Just set it against the wall and adore the lovely shadows that adorn the background.
Decoupage and tissue paper can make a unique accent for your bedroom. It is pocket-friendly and customizable according to your requirements. The handwriting script design is an attention grabber.
This large DIY lampshade owes its looks to paper pleats. It is a good way to recycle old paper and use it in an eco-friendly manner.
This patterned paper lampshade can be customized to match your seasonal interior décor if you get bored of a lampshade design easily.
This drum paper lampshade with a driftwood base boasts of rustic looks. Its body is covered with narrow strips of patterned paper.
A Hello Kitty lampshade can be the center of attraction of a birthday party. Kids would be enamored by it. The cute red bow at the side adds to the sweetness of the kitty face.
Just a few supplies like rice paper, lampshade, pressed leaves, craft glue and a super creative mind would make you nail this project. The leaves give it a classic vibe.
Extra-large round paper lampshades look like a million bucks. You can opt for florals if its spring round the corner. Astro enthusiasts can have funky zodiac patterns on their homemade paper lampshades. You can use styrene or parchment paper for your craft, apart from the paper types mentioned in the tutorials. The lampshade might be quite commonplace, but it can easily be the center of attraction of your den if crafted aesthetically.
Published on June 24th 2019 by Peyton Derrida