Peony & Prunus paper lampshade - collaboration with the V&A
The Lampshade Loft brings you a lovely range of contemporary lampshades made from exquisite papers and fabrics sourced from around the world - and are perfectly patterned to add colour and character to your home.
We are proud to collaborate with the V&A using this wonderful paper and our lampshade making skills. Taken from a textile design in the V&A archive, this bold peony and prunus pattern is by Lindsay Phillip Butterfield (1869–1948), one of the most successful freelance designers of patterns who worked in the Arts and Crafts style. It shows the fine draughtsmanship and passion for nature that are typical of the Movement’s textile designers. Museums and Galleries recreated the pattern from an unfinished textile design in the V&A archive by L.P. Butterfield (1869–1948). Butterfield worked in the style of the British Arts and Crafts Movement and provided textiles and wallpaper patterns for a number of manufacturers and retailers such as Liberty.
Listed here are the empire shades, but they can be made in different shapes and/or sizes (please see page in menu above for all sizing options and fitting detail).
The contemporary lampshades are made using flame retardant materials and we recommend using a LED or eco bulb.