lampshade that might work, at Ikea. And with a little modifying it did work.
The lamp shade came in a box with some assembly required, Ikea, remember:) The top and bottom are separate and the fabric of the shade clips onto the frame. The idea was to have the shade rest on the existing light fixture, so we didn't lose any light, but it looked more attractive.
The next step was figuring out how to get the cord to come out the top of the shade. After some discussion we cut the frame of lamp shade so the cord would go through the middle as well as the outer ring of the lamp shade. That meant cutting the center part as well as the top ring. Not rewiring the lamp was the priority here. A hack saw worked to make these 2 cuts.
After making the cuts we put the cloth on the frame of the lamp, this took both of us to accomplish, so no pics of it happening. When we were done the shade balanced on top of the fixture. It can be knocked a little bit off center, But a little nudge fixes it.
It really helped the whole kitchen look better.