Seaweed William Morris designed handmade drum lampshade.
‘Morris Seaweed’ was designed by J.H. Dearle in 1901. It was one of the most popular designs he created, a free flowing and sinuous pattern which captures the underwater movement of plants and demonstrates elements of the Art Nouveau.
Navy multi colourway
20cm diameter x 18cm height
25cm diameter x 21cm height
30cm diameter x 21cm height
35cm diameter x 21cm height
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All shades are made to order.
The pattern placement may differ to the photos shown, therefore if you require a specific part of the print, please include a note on the order as the pattern drop is quite large on this fabric
The self-adhesive lampshade panel has been tested in the Lighting Association Laboratories and has passed the glow wire test which is The British Standard for Luminaries, therefore fabric, textile or paper that is laminated to our panel will become fire resistant.
Use a low energy or LED light bulb.
Highly reflective mirror linings projects a warm glow out from the inside of the shade, without allowing much light to travel through. Ideal for premium shades with printed or woven patterns.
White linings diffuse the light through the fabric and throws out more light from the shade.