Handmade Wooden Ceiling Light – ‘X Teepee Maple’
Handmade Wooden Ceiling Light ‘X Teepee Maple’, is a unique ceiling lamp, made of natural maple veneer.
The ‘X Teepee Maple’ ceiling lamp, has a tropical design. It’s made of maple veneer stripes, which converge naturally on the upper part of the lamp.
A minimal ceiling lamp which highlights the natural beauty of each individual unique wood.
‘X Teepee Maple’ is comfortable in the home as it is in the commercial space.
Warm natural light through maple veneer, creates an incredible ambiance in the room.
This ceiling lamp is perfect for spots requiring direct or semi-direct lighting.
The wood will provide relaxing ambience around a dinner table under. Lamp design will fit both tropical and modern styles. Can be hung over dining tables, in living room, a bar or in a hallway.
Comes with plastic power cable, metallic rosette (bronze, black or copper) and one black lamp holder.
Finish: wax finish varnish dead flat and satin.
Diameter: 44 cm (17.32″)
Height: 54 cm (21.25″)
Cord length: 150 cm (59″) / another – please let me know what length you prefer.
THE LAMP WORKS ON 110 – 220V.
USA/Canada 110V , E26 Max 120W (For incandescent bulb) – Max 64W (For CFL bulb) or LED bulb with no wattage limit.
UK/Europe/Australia 220V-240V, E27 Max 120W(For incandescent bulb) or Max 64W (For CFL bulb) or LED bulb with no wattage limit.
Bulb not included
Indoor use only
The color and grain of the wood may differ. Isn’t that the beauty of wood? 🙂
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* WoodULight creates unique wooden lights: pendants and ceiling lights, table and desk lights, floor lights. All of our wooden lights are handmade, in a time where manufactured production of disposable products flourishes. In this time, where man is distanced from nature, we choose to bring wood in our homes, our working places, the places we get together. We try to bring out and “lighten” its little “imperfections”, because in the end that’s what makes it special, personal and unique, like us humans, who, with time, grow their own “imperfections” which define them as unique entities.