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Minimalist Babula Lamps Inspired By The Russian Matryoshka

Tue, Feb 11, 2014 | Lamps | By Kate
 
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These Babula lamps by Korol design team were inspired by the Russian Matryoshka. These are a a series of organically shaped lamps made of different materials. The feminine shape gives the pendant a harmonious and pleasantly soft look. The materials used are wood and porcelain, and this original combination results in a completely different impression than it was expected; the colors available are black and white – a truly minimalist approach. The lamp may be used separately but it’s better to buy a bunch of them and hang together to enjoy the look. I love the porcelain version – it looks so unique!

Source: stilsucht, krools

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