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10 Romantic DIY Flower Lamps And Lights

giant flower lamp (via shelterness)

Flower lamps are one of the hottest trends in modern décor, they look especially cute in feminine spaces. There are different designs that you can make yourself, without too much fuss. The easiest way to get a trendy piece is to take a usual lamp and decorate it with faux flowers. You can make silk or paper flowers yourself or buy them in a shop to reduce the craft time. If you are ready to spend some time crafting, make an adorable flower lamp with giant petals, which will be suitable for any calm and soft space. Look at the ideas below and read the tutorials to make them!

lush peonies lamp (via jenniferciani)

chic floral lampshade (via shelterness)

faux flowers lamp (via mrkate)

crepe paper roses lamp (via shelterness)

paper flower lamp (via auntpeaches)

coffee filter flower lampshade (via shelterness)

flower covered lampshade (via theidearoom)

rosette lampshade (via jenniferciani)

filter flower lampshade (via rufflesandtruffles)

 

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