Are you going for a soft light that just gives the room a dim, intimate feeling or a brighter light that fills the room and is good for doing activities such as reading or sewing? Once you have that figured out, you can move on to style. We offer many different styles that are sure to please your distinct taste. For a more antique, old-world charm look, our velvet, embroidered, and fringed coverings may be exactly what you are looking for. Giving a heavier covering and best known for their softer glow, this style is the perfect solution for a restoration project. These usually work best covering larger table and floor lamps.
If it is a more classic style you are going for, than our large selection of linen shades is sure to do the trick. They are light and transparent enough to send a lot of light into the room. Varying in size, these covers are perfect for every lighting fixture, from end tables to floor posts. They are the perfect solution when you need a brighter glow, but not bright enough to warrant overhead lights. Mainly found in softer colors, they work well with all different genres of décor.
Both of these styles are fantastic options for places outside the home, such as a hotel lobby or bedroom as well. They have enough character to stand alone, but enough charm to work well with any decorating style. Antique Lamp Supply has been in business for more than 60 years and is happy to help you find the best Bridge UNO lamp shades that match your room décor.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is an UNO lamp shade?
An UNO lamp shade uses an UNO fitter in order to fit onto a lamp socket. The fitter often resembles a small circle with arms stretching out of it. The circle is called the fitter, and the arms are called the spider.
How do you attach a lamp shade to UNO?
You don’t need any extra hardware to attach a lamp shade to UNO. Just make sure that you attach the shade to the base BEFORE installing the light bulb. The metal ring should install directly over the lamp base with the arms stretched out on the bottom.
How do you measure an UNO lamp shade?
Most lamp shades measurements are made up of three numbers: the diameter of the top, the diameter of the bottom, and the length of the slant. You can also measure directly from the top to the bottom for an extra fourth dimension. Make sure you double-check the measurements your lamp needs before making a purchase!