Here's another simple lampshade rework. This time we make a new lampshade from the old using dry thin twigs.
Surprisingly, many modern lampshades are made of very fragile materials. For example, paper lampshades, in my opinion, are a very temporary thing, even if you handle them carefully. So let's not waste money, but rather restore the existing lampshade with our own hands.
There are many ways to make a new lampshade from an old one, many of them are simple, but this one is perhaps one of the most basic.
wire base from a lampshade, glue, twigs left after trimming shrubs, trees in the country.
Note! If the base wire looks rusty, it will need to be cleaned and painted first. Choose neutral colors for painting. Also, don't forget to peel off the bark from the branches. If desired, they can be coated with clear varnish or painted in any color.
1. Measure the height of the lampshade.
2. Select straight branches and use a garden scissors (or a hacksaw) to cut them into pieces, the length of which will be equal to the height of the base of the lampshade + 5 cm.
3. Glue the twigs to the base of the lampshade parallel to each other with hot glue. Try to distribute the branches evenly.
remember about safety! It is better to use LED lamps with such a lampshade.
Such an original lampshade is suitable for decorating an interior in almost any style.