This Harris Tweed lampshade with a subtle charcoal, grey and white check makes a beautiful side table lamp, floor lamp, ceiling light or lampshade for a gin bottle lamp.
Harris Tweed is, of course, the iconic brand of tweed that is only made on the island of Harris lying off the west coast of Scotland in the Outer Hebrides and is a very popular choice for teaming with an empty Gin bottle and Bottle Lamp Adaptor to make a complete Gin Bottle Lamp.
This lamp shade would look equally as lovely as a table lamp, standard lamp, ceiling pendant light or floor lamp.
Bottle lamp adaptors are also available for instantly making a lovely bottle lamp (after you’ve enjoyed the gin of course!)
This Harris Tweed is quite a neutral colour and will fit beautifully into any colour scheme, making a stylish addition to your Scottish, Country, Scandinavian or Rustic themed decor.
Please note pattern placement may vary but if you purchase two lampshades at the same time we will try to make them match.
This Harris Tweed lampshade is carefully handmade in our workshop in Inverness in the beautiful Highlands of Scotland.
The lampshade can be made in either a drum or oval shape with a rolled edge and comes complete with Harris Tweed Orb label sewn to the lampshade beside the seam together with our own Lucy Wagtail heart shaped wooden button.
This lampshade is available in the following shapes and sizes (sizes are approximate):
20cms (8″) diameter x 18cms height
25cms (10″) diameter x 20cms height
30cms (12″) diameter x 21cms height
20cms diameter at widest x 13cm at narrowest x 20cms height
30cms diameter at widest x 22cm at narrowest x 21cms height
The height of your lampshade can be customised to suit your preference. Larger sizes of 35cm and 40cm sizes larger sizes are available to suit floor lamps or ceiling lights.
Matching cushion covers may also be available, please contact me to discuss.
Harris Tweed is, of course, the iconic brand of tweed that is only made on the island of Harris lying off the west coast of Scotland in the Outer Hebrides. Find out more about Harris Tweed by visiting the Harris Tweed Authority website.