The Japanese lampshade, a chic and inexpensive classic
The Japanese lampshade is a classic that does not age. This "washi" ball, an artisanal paper made from interwoven mulberry fibers, is appreciated for the soft light it diffuses but also for its light and delicate appearance. Available in a wide range of styles, this pendant lamp continues to appeal to young and old. Presentation..
Washi: the key to the success of the Japanese lampshade
Children's room, Zen lounge or design… the Japanese paper ball never goes out of fashion. His secret? Its cloudy texture: washi. A paper made by hand for 1300 years in Japan from long interwoven mulberry fibers, which is sometimes given the wrong name of rice paper. Thanks to this flexible, solid and light material, the Japanese lampshade with paper that is not entirely transparent, takes shape under a voluptuous look, round curves and promises very soft lighting.
A decorative object available in all styles
Thanks to its delicate and light characteristics, the paper pendant above all embodies a Zen atmosphere. However, depending on the patterns that adorn it, it is suitable for any interior style. The classic white paper lampshade is welcome in a design or natural decoration. It brings a refined touch to the space. If you are keen to mark the Japanese style, nothing like choosing flowery patterns , perfectly adapted to the soft atmosphere of the room (€ 5.90 at Alinéa). Without forgetting that the children also deserve a little imagination on the ceiling! Especially to please them, Vertbaudet offers paper balls from € 22.90 to € 29.90 decorated withanimals , from colorful peas , ofstars with wise or tangy tones. And for the more designer, the washi suspension even takes the origami shape . On the Habitat side, we find this creation under the name of "Kura" at a price of 25 €. Definitely, here is a maxi decorative accessory at a low price! Photos to inspire or to dream… Discover "Decorative photos"