TORARED
Pendant lamp shade, sedge/handmade14 " (36 cm)

$24.99
Cord set is sold separately.
TORARED Pendant lamp shade, sedge/handmade, 14 "
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TORARED Pendant lamp shade, sedge/handmade, 14 "
TORARED Pendant lamp shade, sedge/handmade, 14 "
TORARED Pendant lamp shade, sedge/handmade, 14 "
TORARED Pendant lamp shade, sedge/handmade, 14 "
TORARED Pendant lamp shade, sedge/handmade, 14 "
TORARED Pendant lamp shade, sedge/handmade, 14 "

Invite a slice of nature into your home with this lamp made of seagrass. It spreads a warm, cozy light and creates decorative shadows in the room. For those who want a naturally rustic look at home!

Article Number204.303.82

Product details

Gives a soft glowing light, that gives your home a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

Each lampshade is unique since it is made of seagrass with natural color variations and is hand-woven by skilled craftspeople.

Create your own personalized pendant by combining the lampshade with your choice of cord set.

Cord set is sold separately.

Designer

Emma Olbers

Article Number204.303.82
  • Shade:

    Seagrass

    Ring:

    Steel, Epoxy powder coating

    Dust the lamp with a dust cloth.

  • We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.

    Renewable material (seagrass).

Measurements

Height: 13 " (34 cm)

Diameter: 14 " (36 cm)

  • TORARED
    Pendant lamp shadeArticle no204.303.82

    Length: 15 ¾ " (40 cm)

    Weight: 12 oz (0.33 kg)

    Diameter: 14 ¼ " (36 cm)

    Package(s): 1

Ratings and reviews

5(6)
Love this shade!RebekahLove this shade!5
Love it!Anonymous reviewerLove it!5

Material

What is seagrass?

Sedge (or seagrass) grows naturally in South-East Asian coastal areas. For our products, we mainly use cultivated sedge from field areas that have previously been flooded by the sea, making them unsuitable for rice cultivation. But sedge grows well in salty soils and even helps cleanse them. After harvest, the plant is left to dry in the sun making it a hardwearing fibre ideal for weaving or braiding baskets and mats with beautiful colour variations.