A lamp shade is a decorative shade which typically surrounds a light source. Table lamps and floor lamps often use a lamp shade. The shade itself serves multiple functions, directing light upwards for ambient light, and downwards for nearby tasks. The funnel shape also helps heat to escape from the light bulbs. Some light may diffuse through the sides of the shade as well. The shade also protects your eyes from light-bulb glare and can become a part of your room's decorative style. Replacement lamp shades are a great way to refresh a lamp or light fixture. They attach to the lamp usually with a harp or fitter and finial.
This chandelier lamp shade is quite small and designed for use on a chandelier light fixture. The small shade is just large enough to accomodate a light bulb, while still shielding your eyes from glare. Usually you'll need a set of chandelier lampshades to refurbish the whole chandelier. These mini-lamp shades are relatively inexpensive and very easy to install, usually by clipping directly onto the light bulb.
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Sits over a light bulb connected to a chandelier. The shade simply attaches to a single light bulb unit. You will need several shades for a whole chandelier.
I am in the middle of remodeling my condo. My lamp was gold, so I spray painted it flat black and then added this linen shade. It looks new and blends well in my living room. It is a really good look for the price and a great value.