Light fixtures are yet another opportunity to have a little fun with decorating your home. Perhaps you can appreciate the playfulness of these twee Market Wall Lamps that go the extra mile to please?
Modeled on the awnings of fair kiosks, small grocery shops and market stalls, the charming little objects feature just three simplified curves of a scalloped valance to act as a cover for the lighbulb installed in behind. The unusual style of lampshade is formed from the same material as the back plate of the fixture and provides an opaque barrier to direct all illumination downwards.
There are two main models of Jonas Wagell's Market Wall Lamps, one with a short mounting panel and one with a longer one. By applying printed numbers to the latter sort, you can assemble yourself a cute street number sign for the front of your house.
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