Where lampshades are sewn and refined
The sewing lab, on the second floor, is where fabric and cloth of every kind, is cut and sewn to become a lampshade. A variety of fabrics, including silk, cotton, linen, jute, synthetic and mixed fabrics, rice paper and plastics, are used to ensure a wide range of choice (click here to view our fabrics). We are also happy to use a client’s own fabric, or to print images, patterns, logos, and designs on a fabric of your choice, to create a lampshade that is entirely tailor-made for you. The frames on which the fabric is sewn, are those created from scratch in our workshop next door, or customers’ old frames that we have restored. The creation, the repair, and relining of old lampshades is guaranteed so that they’ll be as good as new, helping you cut costs, and helping the environment by recycling the iron frames.