Lamps are of obvious importance. There are quite a lot of customers who liked the designs, shapes and colours that are shown in this collection. If you would like to be one of them, make sure to see all the offers that we have gathered at these photos. Are you ready to pick one?
22.4 inch high table lamp with design which makes it look like a cactus. The shade is made of opalflex material, and the lamp can accomodate one fluorescent bulb. It's a perfect addition to all interiors which require more freshness.
Beautiful 29 inch high table featuring classic beige and brown finish and original design. Additionally, base of the lamp is made of ceramic and high quality wood. It can accommodate one incandescent bulb.
Reading nook, desert style. Don't be afraid to start your focal point in the center of the space! Complete harmony found in colors, placement & styling.
New glass! This is something new we have been trialling lately and we think we have finally got it. This cactus garden has been loving the light and we, in turn, are loving it!
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Standing Cactus Lamp from recycled materials incl. wood/glass bottles, created by Studio Swine 2013-11 • collab: Azusa Murakami & Alexander Grove • •
studio swine : standing light, são paulo collection (crafted from pine off-cuts and old glass bottles that were re-heated and hand-blown into organic shapes)
At Home With Jennifer Bewerse | A Beautiful Mess // love this cacti everywhere trend
Andre Planter in Planters & Gardening | Crate and Barrel | like the mix of textures both pots and plants
Redone living room Abigail Ahern | Wall paint color Madison Grey by Abigail Ahern Paint Range (bottom of the lake grey hue with undertones of green, color changes with light) | Dawlish sideboard and faux plants by Abigail's store | Painting “Look! Up in
Mexican Wall Sconce Light with Saguaro Cactus Ribs. $75.00, via Etsy. Great for inside or out
oh my goodness this is like the tripod I am thinking of but copper - and how cool are the lights! love the whole thing
nevermind the whole light aspect, i'd love to do this with a normal terrarium and have it hanging in my kitchen..!