STANDARD SCANDI STYLE LAMPSHADE SIZES
40cm, 35cm, 30cm, 25cm and 20cm Please email email@example.com for our ‘made to measure’ service.
Each of our beautiful lampshades are handmade to order. We do our very best to have each one carefully made, packaged and sent to you within 2 weeks of your order.
20cm (height 16cm) for a small bedside table lamp
25cm (height 18cm) for a table lamp
30cm (height 20cm) for a smaller coffee table lamp or standard bedside lamp
35cm (height 20cm) perfect for a coffee table lamp or standard bedside lamp
40cm (height 24cm) ideal for a larger side table lamp, floor light or ceiling shade
Get in touch should you be needing matching cushions or antique storage crates for the complete collection!
We offer a choice of fire-retardant linings; Champagne gives a warming glow, Silver a contemporary cool finish and the standard White lining which allows more light through the shade so you can see the texture and fibre of the fabric.
We would recommend the white lining for the Hulda Scandi style lampshade
Please note, the champagne and silver linings give a reflective quality through some linens, please do get in touch should you need clarification before making your order.
THIS IS WHY WE LOVE USING LINEN
The Versatility of LINEN
Linen is used in a variety of ways, sturdiness making it ideal for upholstery and industrial products. Lampshades, curtains, tablecloths, bed sheets, and tea towels are all common linen items found in the home. Linen has also been used as canvas for oil paintings, by artisan bakers! In contrast, linen can also be woven to a soft and breezy finish, making it ideal for your summer wardrobe.
The Earth Friendly Flax Plant
Flax, the plant from which Linen is made, is also extremely versatile. Every part of the flax plant has traditionally been used to create a worthwhile product – nothing is wasted, and production is cost effective. A common by-product of flax is Linseed Oil, which is great for wood preservation, especially in varnishes. Flax is resilient and can grow in poor soil, using far less water in its consumption than cotton.
WHAT IS HYGGE?
One of the most common questions we come across in Denmark is visitors or new transplants asking, “what does hygge mean?” But hygge isn’t just a word; it’s a concept, and as such, there’s really no direct translation. Read more here.