For several years, I've had this really pretty old metal lamp shade. The original fabric covering it was trashed, but once I removed it, the base itself was a pretty, scalloped one.
While at a thrift store one day, I found a light attachment meant to convert lamp shades into hanging lamps for only $3 (and that included another cool old shade that it was attached to!).
I didn't want the white cord to be so visible and thought about ordering an old-fashioned, cloth-covered cord to replace it, but they're a little pricey, so I opted to use some blue striped twill tape to cover it instead. I glued the twill tape to one side of the cord, then the other, sealing up the edges.
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