When you’re not at home, it’s tempting to think about what you’ll wear to the office.
However, if you’re at work, it may be easier to create a lampshaded ensemble of colors.
To achieve that, you’ll need a few basic tools and techniques.
The basics: tools for lampshading materials to match color tones, colors to match colors, and materials to be able to use in your lampshaders.
You can buy lampshader kits from Home Depot or Amazon.com, and you can also make your own.
To start, you will need a lamp, a lamp shade, a few paints, and some fabric.
For this tutorial, I’ll use a bright, light yellow lamp shaded with white, blue, and yellow accents.
These colors are easy to find in any home improvement store or online.
A few supplies to consider: a lamp (a lamp shade is a lightweight, flexible piece of fabric that you can use as a lamp) a lamp stand or table lamp, or a lamp lamp shade kit