Ceiling Lamp Hikari with Shoji Rice Paper

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Stunning Japanese Ceiling Lamp Hikari. The Shoji frame is made with solid pine wood and the shade is made with natural white fiber rice paper. When the light is turned on, the rice paper that radiates a soft and comforting natural light that soothes the body and mind.

Size: 50x50x18 cm
Light: LED light bulb included

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Expected dispatch date 04-02-2023.

112,17 € tax incl.

MwSt. 19%

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Dimensions
 
50x50x18 cm
 
Finishing (natural not treated or with water based finishing)
We perform eco-friendly treatments using closed pore water based impregnators. You can ask for free samples of the colors you wish to see.
oiled
 
oiled
 
Anchoring system
 
screws included
 
Light bulb
 
LED light bulb 25W included
 

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Product information

The Ceiling Lamp Hikari with a solid pine wood structure and delicate rice paper shade will transform your ambience creating a soothing, zen atmosphere. It's unique design and soft light are evocative of traditional japanese tatami rooms. The squared outer frame is enriched with an asymmetrical Shoji grid on the inside, creating a beautiful contrast. This lamp is ideal for completing a typical japanese style room, but it also fits perfectly in a more modern setting.

The frame and shade are made with 100% natural materials. The LED light bulb included in the price is energy saving and ecological, in fact, it consumes up to 80% less power and lasts up to 20 times longer than incandescent bulbs.

Material

Frame: solid pine wood with transparent, water based finishing
Shade: natural, white fiber rice paper
Lighting: LED light bulb. 25W - input: 285V

Size

50x50x18 cm

Assembly

Included in the price, you will receive screws and wooden spacers to assemble the lamp. Before beginning the assembly, remember to turn off the power to the light fixture at the main circuit panel. Connect the wires of the lamp to those of the circuit making sure to get the polarities right. Once the wires are connected, you can screw the lamp to the ceiling with the use of a drill.

Warning: If you do not feel comfortable assembling the lamp yourself, it would be best to have an electrician do it.