The elongated lampshade of the White Deco light, with its intriguing flower cross-section, combines the floral inspiration so typical of the Art Déco style with a love of geometry.
This sculptural form of the lampshade was blown from three-layer opal glass, in one of the few traditional glass works still existing in Poland. The lampshade is attached to a top made of solid, natural brass, which ages with dignity – with time an atmospheric patina appears on its surface. The plafond is also available in a nickel finish, with a delicate silver shine.
The White Deco plafond, thanks to its historical roots, will fit perfectly into interiors in the style of Art Déco and mid-century modern, it will be a great intriguing accent in minimalist spaces. Plafond Deco is a good alternative to pendant lamps in rooms with low height. Its eye catching shape will give the interior an unusual look.
See the whole Deco collection here.