Incorporating natural materials like burlap, jute, and seagrass into your décor is a great way to add rich texture. It was for this reason that Angie from The Country Chic Cottage fell in love with a seagrass lampshade from Ballard and simply had to have it. (We’ve all been there before!) I love Angie’s resourcefulness in deconstructing a seat cushion looking thing from the thrift store for her material.
Angie was inspired by the Addison Glass Table Lamp with hand woven seagrass shade from Ballard Designs.
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Friday 28th of June 2013
IIneed the glass lamp with shade? Can you make me one?
Sunday 30th of June 2013
Hi Rachelle, The items featured on this site are for inspirational purposes only and are not for sale. You can follow the link in the post to Angie's site and read more about how she made her lampshade. Thanks for reading!
Friday 2nd of September 2011
pretty amazing huh, i didn't expect to have a lampshade like this, i love the indigenous concept of this lampshade!! have you seen this site?? Home Decor Stores!
Angie @ The Country Chic Cottage
Thursday 1st of September 2011
Thanks Beckie!! :)