was a way to light up. The first lamps appeared in China. But when they were introduced to Japan, they became collapsible for practical storage reasons.
is formed thanks to a spiral structure that holds a thin sheet of paper. This is obtained from mulberry fiber. The washi paper allows you to diffuse a soft light.
The design of this
represents a geisha. They are young women trained from an early age in the codes of presentation, the tea ceremony and Japanese arts such as dance and theater.
Here are some suggestions to make this
Japanese lighting fixture
a beautiful decorative object:
💯 To get a zen and casual decoration, you can either light a candle inside the
or use it as a lampshade. It attaches to the suspension at the end of which the bulb is screwed.
💯 If you want to Japanese your garden, we recommend hanging this
on a tree or outdoor garland. You will get a serene and warm atmosphere.
💯 For a decoration in purple tones, we recommend that you bet on the
geisha parma lantern
. The color of the kimono worn by the geisha will recall the softness of pastel colors.
💯 Discover all our
models in the
collection. We offer a wide choice of colors and patterns to create a calm atmosphere.
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