Use these 7 print lampshades to add a bespoke look to any room

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Plain silk or linen lampshades are classic and elegant, but those with print fabrics or natural fibers can add visual interest to a room and amp up the style factor on an ordinary lamp. Here’s a roundup of some of our favorites.


Madcap Cottage’s Gingko Leaf pattern shade comes in blue or green. $103; perigold.com


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Madcap Cottage's Rokeby Road Delft pattern.  $100;  perigold.com

Madcap Cottage’s Rokeby Road Delft pattern. $100; perigold.com


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Madcap Cottage's Gingko Leaf pattern shade comes in blue or green.  $103;  perigold.com

Madcap Cottage’s Gingko Leaf pattern shade comes in blue or green. $103; perigold.com


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(Left) Madcap Cottage’s Gingko Leaf pattern shade comes in blue or green. $103, (Right Top) Madcap Cottage’s Rokeby Road Delft pattern. $100; perigold.com and (Right Bottom) Madcap Cottage’s Gingko Leaf pattern shade comes in blue or green. $103; perigold.com. (Perigold)

For its Port 68 Collection, Perigold’s designers use charming prints from Madcap Cottage in sweet lampshades. You’ll find its popular yellow and pink floral, a dainty gingko print or two-tone floral in Delft blue. $100 and up; perigold.com

Amara print shades

If mixing prints is your thing, check out Mind The Gap’s 100 percent linen shades with metallic gold lining. Choose from traditional, Asian and mudcloth patterns. $162-$350; amara.com

OKA Houston European flair

Designing with layers of color and pattern has always been a part of British design. UK-based OKA’s Houston shop brings a little bit of that flair with lampshades in deep rich colors. $160-$195; OKA Houston, 3461 W. Alabama, OKA.com/Houston

Anthropologie’s Bohemian style

Anthropologie is known for its fresh, Bohemian style, and its home goods fill the same need. Its lampshades are embellished, embroidered or made in great colors for the homeowner who wants a finished look that’s out of the ordinary. $98-$148; Anthropologie stores, anthropologie.com

Eva Sonaike for Soho Home

Eva Sonaike's line for Soho Home, $385;  sohohome.com

Eva Sonaike’s line for Soho Home, $385; sohohome.com


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Eva Sonaike's line for Soho Home, $385;  sohohome.com

Eva Sonaike’s line for Soho Home, $385; sohohome.com


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Eva Sonaike’s line for Soho Home, $385; sohohome.com. (Soho home)

Interior designer Eva Sonaike was born in Nigeria and raised near Germany’s Black Forest in a home filled with antique furniture and bright art. She brings a bit of West African culture to her de ella goods for Soho Home, including the Ijoba and Okan lampshades. $385; sohohome.com

Ballard Designs print and fabric shades

Playful animal prints, soft florals and classic block prints in Ballard Designs’ lampshades can give a fresh new look to any lamp. Most are handmade in the US $75-$101; Ballard Designs, 1977 W. Gray, ballarddesigns.com

Maison Maison natural fiber

Houston-based Maison Maison Design’s line of natural fiber lampshades has expanded to include three new colors: green, teal and black. Suzanne Duin, the designer who launched Maison Maison antiques and home goods store in River Oaks in 1997, has been the source for bespoke lampshades since 2017, adding her line of woven shades in 2020. $65-$245; Maison Maison Design, 3014 Earl