Tomomi Sayuda Daydream Series Blooms into Light

By: Romina S. Cortellucci - Published: • References: tomomisayuda & mocoloco
The Tomomi Sayuda Daydream Series is in full bloom. The series was created by London-based designer and artist Tomomi Sayuda. The series was featured during the ICFF New York 2012.

Inspired by the budding flowers of spring, this lighting kit recreates this idea by using Japanese handwoven paper. The paper used in these lanterns make them appear delicate and graceful given the series a gentle nature. The bright colors allow for each piece to pop. The lights are available in three varying colors: Sprout, Cherry and Rainbow.

The pieces were all handmade in London and each lantern provides a chic floral aesthetic. Using floral inspiration can often lead to ostentatious, overly girly designs that effectively make the floral motif appears young. These lanterns can brighten up any room with a fun elegance. Stats for Efflorescent Floral Lanterns Trending: Older & Warm
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