Pendant lamps hang from the ceiling to illuminate an area closest to the eye level of ambient lighting. This adds warmth and charm of a space and frees the floor and table space that could otherwise be occupied by lamps. The trick for cohesive and decorative pendant lighting is the pendant light shades. Hanging lamps use thick fabrics but lightweight for their shadows so that the light is not tense.
Education to make pendant light shades: measure the circumference of the frame lightshade drum pendant, with a flexible tape measure. Measure the height of these threads also. For height and circumference measurements, add 2 inches. Cut a rectangle of fabric which matches with your measurements. Lay the fabric on a clean; the wrong side facing up is flat surface. Remove the back from one edge of your movie styrene. Press the short side of the film styrene.
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Press and smooth the styrene down against the fabric, remove the stand as you go. Press a length of double-sided tape fabric along the long edges of the top and bottom of the film styrene. Do the same along the short edge of the right film. Wrap the fabric around the frame pendant light shades.