The Terho and Tatti lamps look like a couple of acorns that somehow made it into the home to fulfill a more illuminating purpose other than becoming food for squirrels. Of course, they are made out of mouth-blown glass and Finnish alder and have not been picked up off of a forest floor.
Bulbous or slim, Terho and Tatti are practical for different reasons. While Terho hangs from the ceiling, Tatti is meant to rest on tables. Cozy and cute, they are perfect for both public and residential spaces. Not only are they available in two different sizes, they come with various hat options as well.
Terho and Tatti were designed by Helsinki-based designer Maija Pouskari.
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