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Answered: How to measure for a shade on a floor lamp

Here are 2 web sites that answer your question. http://www.ehow.com/how_4917689_make-floor-lamp-shade.html http://www.antiquelampsupply.com/help/03HowToFabricShade.php

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www.culversantiques.com they specialize in restoring and selling antique lamps. they also sell parts for these lamps.

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thank you so much. I just sent them an email. wish me luck. janet

Answered: Lamp shade attachment

You could try soaking the plastic part in very warm (almost hot) water for a few minutes, then use a thin screwdriver to seperate the two parts.

Answered: Do bamboo Roman shades blend with drapes and ...

Why not put roman shades in both places for a complete look? They work quite well with a curtain surround.

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check out asian floor lamps I think they have a tutorial on page about such things
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I have outdoor roll up shades and I love them! I happen to prefer the kind that you manually raise and lower. They were much less expensive and they glide so easily that it takes almost no effort.

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