he first products resembling fabric were made eight thousand years ago. They were not fabrics in today’s sense, because they consisted of loosely intertwined fibres, grasses, strips of animal skins, thin branches or vines. In this way, they formed braids, a structure resembling fabrics.
Today, BRITOP Lighting uses various fabrics for the production of lampshades - from simple but noble cotton, chintz, plush, to various types of linen, which we colour in many shades.
Innovative lampshades are also based on a material similar to washable wallpaper - beautiful, fashionable and timeless designs can enjoy the eye of the user for a long time.