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Ceiling Lamp Shades Kenya: Discover 7 Handmade Light Shades for Your Space

Trends come and go, but ceiling lampshades keep evolving and staying relevant.

Perhaps due to their aesthetic appeal and transformative value to a space.

In this article, we’ll share with you the different types of designs we have in our Ceiling Lamp Shades Kenya category and how to select the right one for your space.

Hot Picks: 7 Kenya handmade lamp shades  for your living spaces 

1. Ebony Beaded Ceiling Lamp Shades Kenya

Ceiling lamp shades Kenya

If you love black house decorations, consider this beautiful Kenya lampshade.

By design, it has a cylindrical tiered metal frame shaped almost like a bell that’s adorned with black acrylic beads.

We recommend it for your dining area, patio, entryway, or walkway.

2. Brown Beaded Ceiling Lamp Shades Kenya

The mix of beads on this Kenya lampshade gives it a unique coloring that enhances its shade.

It’s similar to the Ebony Beaded Ceiling Lampshade, because it also has a bell-shaped metal frame.

This ceiling lampshade is ideal for dining, patio, or entryway use.

3. Wood Bead Ceiling Lamp Shades Kenya

Similar in shape to the other beaded shades, this Kenya Lampshade has smaller tan beads adorning it.

The black and tan contrast nicely to give fantastic coloring that’s further enhanced once the lampshade lights up.

Use it to style your dining area, entryway, walkway, or bedroom.

4. Kipepeo Fringe Ceiling Lamp Shades Kenya

Ceiling lamp shades Kenya

You’ll love this Kenya lampshade made from natural raffia yarn for its transformative fringe and fancy shape.

Best part? You don’t need expert installation; simply plug and play.

We recommend it for use in any living space.

5. Mviri Ceiling Lamp Shades Kenya

What’s a range of ceiling lamp shades without the popular drum shape?

Aside from the shape, this lampshade Kenya is popular for its versatility since you can use it on the ceiling and lampstand.

It’s therefore, ideal for use in any living space. 

6. Pambo Ceiling Lamp Shades Kenya 

Sisal yarn is widely available in Kenya, so we used it on this Kenya Lampshade.

The yarn comes in shades of earthy brown tones drawn from some types of red soil and leaves in the Eastern and Coastal provinces.

Like the Kipepeo Fringe Ceiling Lampshade, use this shade in any space within your home or office.

7. Nyungu Bamboo Ceiling Lamp Shades Kenya

For rattan or bamboo enthusiasts, consider this Kenya Lampshade.

It has a long bell-like design featuring a metal frame layered with bamboo cane sticks.

It’s best suited for spaces with a high ceiling.

Why you need a ceiling lampshade

1. Light distribution

Ceiling lampshades help to reduce bulb light glares and shadows by diffusing them. 

The result? An even light distribution in a room that allows you to easily accomplish your tasks without straining your eyes.

2. Aesthetics and decor

There are many beautifully designed and colored ceiling lampshades to enhance the aesthetic appeal of any space. 

In addition, you can use them to create symmetry or focal points in a space. 

3. Bulb protection

Ceiling lampshades also protect light bulbs from dust and damage, which helps extend the bulbs’ life and reduce the need for frequent replacements.

How to choose the right ceiling lampshade

When selecting a ceiling lampshade, there are several factors to consider:

1. Size:

The lampshade size should be proportional to your space and light fixture. 

It can seem out of place and disrupt the room’s balance if the shade is too large or small. 

As a rule of thumb, we make ceiling lampshades with a width of not less than 30cm and a height of not less than 15cm.

2. Shape:

Your ceiling lampshade should complement the shape of your light fixture and space. 

For example, a bell-shaped lampshade would look out of place in a modern minimalist room. 

Therefore match your interior design, style and size of your space with the right lamp shade. 

3. Material:

The lampshade’s material should complement your room’s style and the light fixture. 

A fabric lampshade would look out of place in a room with industrial decor, while a metal lampshade would look out of place in a room with a rustic or bohemian vibe.

4. Color:

Whatever lampshade you choose, the color should complement your color scheme.

A lampshade in a bold color can add a pop of color to a neutral space, while a lampshade in a neutral color can complement a bold color scheme.

How to fit  a lamp shade

Follow these simple steps to change your lampshade with ease:

1. Assess your ceiling light fixture and ensure it’s switched off.

2. If a light bulb: Unscrew the bulb, delicately attach the lamp shade and re-screw the bulb back into place.

4. If a tip or finial screw on top: Unscrew the tip, attach your shade, and re-screw the tip.

5. Then, turn the light switch on to see how it looks and lights up.

Frequently asked questions

1. How do I choose a lampshade for a ceiling light?

First, understand your space in terms of size, color and decor style. Then, research the various designs and shapes available to you, including installation requirements. 

2. What size lampshade do I need for ceiling?

The best size of lampshade for your ceiling will be determined by the length and width of your light fixture. However, ensure the width is not less than 30cm and height not less than 15cm.

3. Where to buy lamp shades in Nairobi?

Buy ceiling lampshades from Lucidity Artisanals Shop, a Kenya handmade decor store in Nairobi.

In conclusion

Now you know where to find beautiful Ceiling Lamp Shades Kenya.

These shades are essential house decorations you can’t ignore. 

They provide aesthetic appeal, diffuse light, and protect light bulbs. 

Remember: When choosing a ceiling lampshade, it’s crucial to consider the size, shape, material, and color.

Wondering where to buy lamp shades in Nairobi? At Lucidity Artisanals Shop, we have assorted ceiling lampshades, all handmade in Kenya.

You can browse through our site to order, or contact us on 0721668660, email:

Alternatively, you can visit us at the workshop on 84 Murishu Road.

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