Handmade Wooden Edison cube Table Lamp ‘Spruce Multi’ Terracotta
Handmade Wooden Edison cube Table Lamp ‘Spruce Multi’ Terracotta, is a contemporary unique table lamp, made of natural spruce wood, painted with acrylic colors.
A minimal table lamp which highlights the natural beauty of each individual unique wood.
‘Spruce Multi’ Terracotta is comfortable in the home as it is in the commercial space.
This lamp give a modern touch in the space and is perfect for atmospheric lighting .
The wood will provide relaxing ambience around your bedroom. Lamp design will fit both classic and modern styles. Can be used in bedroom, hallway, or as auxiliary lighting in any room.
Perfect for gift and for your home.
Comes with power cable and on/off switch.
Paint: hand-painted with acrylic matte paint – terracotta.
Finish: wax finish varnish dead flat and satin.
Length: 8.5 cm / 3.35″
Width: 8.5 cm / 3.35″
Height: 8.5 cm / 3.35″
USA/Canada 110V , E26 – use only Led Lamp to avoid overheating the wooden base.
UK/Europe/Australia 220V-240V, E27 – use only Led Lamp to avoid overheating the wooden base.
The bulb shown in the photo is “Sylvania ToLEDO Mirage G120 Filament 2,5W 125lm E27 230V 100° 2000K ”
BULB NOT INCLUDED!!!!!
Indoor use only
Color and grain of these products will vary as the items are handmade with natural wood pieces.
Looks may vary from the pictures due to natural causes – mother nature makes each and every one special and unique.
Colors as seen in your monitor may slightly vary from the actual product.
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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.