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Where to buy replacement lamp shades

Sometimes, you can find the perfect lamp, but the shade isn't quite right. Alternatively, your favourite shade might be so worn that it's time to replace it. Whatever your reasons for looking for a new lampshade, this article explores where to buy replacement lamp shades to help you find the right product at a price to suit your budget.

Bespoke lighting solutions

Lamp Shades UK (Lampshades.uk.com) For elegant custom lamp shades online, log onto Lamp Shades UK. On this fabulous website, you can create your own lighting shades from a huge choice of round and square lamp shades as well as more elaborate styles. Then, choose your fabric, to get the perfect lampshade for your home. If your favourite lampshade is looking a little worse for wear, you can also request a re-cover for an old lampshade to give it a new lease of life. For more information and a price quote, head to the Lamp Shades UK at Lampshades.uk.com or call 0845 430 7400 from any UK line.

Ready-made shades

British Home Stores (BHS) (Bhs.co.uk) BHS is one of the leading retailers of home wares and lighting solutions and the high street store is a great place to go for floor lamp shades and glass chandelier shade. If you're looking large or tall lamp shades at low prices, then you should take a look at the great range of products on offer at BHS. Favourites at the store include the stylish Horizontal Button Ruche shade, which is perfect for larger lamps and is an attractive, yet understated piece for your home. Priced at just £18.00, this gorgeous shade is excellent value for money. Tesco Direct (Direct.tesco.com) Tesco also has a large variety of lamp shades for sale on its online store. Top choices at Tesco include the Lined Faux Silk Shade with Droplets. These pretty faux silk and glass lighting shades are an attractive way to dress your lamps and home lighting. Available in both black and white, this lampshade is perfect for bedrooms, living rooms and even luxurious dining rooms. Now reduced to just £24.50, you can save a massive £10.00 on the Lined Faux Silk Shade with Droplets which was originally priced at £34.50, so log on now to bag yourself a bargain. *Prices are correct as of 28.07.11

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