(1) During its functional times a lampshade which is made of semitransparent cloth covers can add some wonderful ambience in the interior space.(2) Against the wall to the right of us was a dresser made out of nondescript fake wood with three drawers and a blue lamp with a yellowed lampshade on top.(3) Her head was directly under a lampshade , and warm light fell on her hair tinting it reddish-gold.(4) No stage lights, save for a lampshade seemingly fitted with a 10 watt bulb.(5) Indeed, the dimly lit apartment is highly dramatic, with dark furniture, oversized lampshades and framed artwork by Salvador Dalí and H.R. Giger lining the walls.(6) Like the rest of the hotel, rooms are ultra-hip with designer lampshades , bright colours and lots of high-tech gadgetry, including DVD players and CD players.(7) The interior was decorated in tasteful earth tones and accented with silver lampshades , picture frames, and other simple decorations.(8) He chose an apparently minimalist style for such superyachts which still seems ornate to a landlubber's eyes, using heavily patterned rugs and tasselled silk lampshades .(9) Her works comprise lampshades , painted mirrors and paintings on glass.(10) Little touches like the glass beaded lampshades (so currently in vogue) contribute to the overall sense of restrained luxury.(11) His creations include attractive-looking lampshades made of laminated and waxed paper, with dried flowers making for beautiful floral patterns.(12) Inside it was like a Victorian jumble sale with kitsch ornaments everywhere, and the cluttered rooms lit only by the orange glow of 40-watt bulbs in frilly lampshades .(13) Extra wallpaper can be used to cover lampshades , pots, wood furniture, screens - the only limit is your imagination!(14) While a lamp with a dimmer is always great, the trend in lamps today is silk or Japanese style lampshades , where the light subtly shines through the screen.(15) Also available through the website is an amazing array of inflatable products including cute salt and pepper shakers, vases, and lampshades .(16) I'd guess that the average house in 1939 looked a lot like it did in 1928-which is to say, heavy, archaic, with beaded lampshades and classical motifs.