If you want this, you'll have to be quick, as the Cosmos Shade at Dutch By Design is reduced, because it's about to be discontinued.
It's another take on the classic 1960s Sputnik light fitting, with this version of the space-inspired light fitting offering up a whopping 24 bulbs on those chrome arms, which in turn are fitted to a central 'ball'.
The whole thing is around 65cm high and 31.3cm wide, usually selling for £145. But as it's the last couple, £85 is the price if you're quick.
Find out more at the Dutch By Design website
It looks like an expensive designer piece, but this Harvey light shade at John Lewis is very much in the 'affordable' bracket.
It obviously takes inspiration from midcentury Scandinavian design, not a million miles from the Louis Poulsen PH50 lamp with three concentric plates and a black painted finish for the metal shade.
Available online, the Harvey shade sells for £50.
Find out more at the John Lewis website
Fancy showing off your inner arcade game geek? You should get yourself this Space Invaders Lamp Shade for the bedroom.
Available at Meninos, the shade is a mix of wire and fabric, handcrafted and featuring four different 'Invaders', one for each side of that shade.
Available online, it sells for $65, which is £43.34.
Find out more at the Meninos website
A classic design adapts itself to a smart bit of home design – this handmade Tube Map lampshade by The Old Lamp Shed.
As you've probably worked out, this is based on Harry Beck's 1931 design of the London Underground, which is still used, in amended form, today. The vintage print is on Italian laid paper and fits a standard lamp or large table lamp – sizes 12-inch, 14-inch and 16-inch are available.
Depending on the size you choose, prices start at £38.
Find out more at the Not On The High Street website