42cm William Morris Drum Floor Lamp Shade - Strawberry Thief

Product description

"Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be beautiful or believe to be useful" - William Morris

William Morris (1834 - 1896), the 19th century’s most celebrated designer, was best known for revolutionising Victorian taste. He was a master craftsman whose designs for fabric, furniture, wall paper, and other decorative arts inspired the arts and crafts movement. His iconic patterns, which focus heavily on nature’s beauty, are instantly recognisable and can still be found all over the world.

Add a touch of luxurious colour and texture to your home with this gorgeous handmade shade.

This mid-size drum shade can only be used for a lamp shade. The birds will be upside down if the shade is hung as a pendant.

*Shade Only*

This shade does not come with suspension fittings. Click here to purchase the Mr Ralph recommended suspension fitting.

If you wish to use this shade with a floor lamp base, we recommend the Elsie Floor Lamp, found here.

Additional information

William Morris fabric on an acrylic liner with a metal frame

Measurements: 300mm high and 420mm wide.



Shipping and returns

Whenever possible, we try to get your purchase to its destination within seven days, free of charge. This excludes trade orders and out of stock items.

We also offer a generous 30-day refund policy. If the product is not suitable for any reason, return it to us for a refund or exchange. Please remember that the product needs to be in its original condition, and to keep all packaging intact for an easy return. Please download the returns form from our Contact page.


Luxe Style

Elegant, Colour, Opulent, Pattern

Luxe is both elegant and opulent. It can be full of colour and pattern and works in both contemporary and eclectic spaces. At Mr Ralph, the Luxe look is more refined and works brilliantly in pared-back classic and modern homes that want a punch of colour. Luxe also appeals to those who are drawn to a heavier classic look. You can subtly achieve this style with coloured and patterned glass or, more overtly, with colourful fabric shades.