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Lights Fantastic!

Wednesday, 26 October 2016

As the clocks are going back soon and the nights are really drawing in, it is the perfect time to update the lighting in your home. The right lighting can help change the way a room looks and feels taking a cold room to cosy and adding light to a dark corner. We have a great range of fair trade lighting that looks as good off as it does when it is lit up.

The Atlas Lamp has been a real favourite at Myakka. Crafted from cut metal and backed with a neutral fabric, this Moroccan inspired lamp will bring a touch of the exotic to your home with a warm glow.

The Natural Shell Table Lamp has been inspired by gastropod shells and finished with a natural coloured cotton shade.  This lamp is perfect for creating a natural and calm look in your home.  Another lamp that will bring a touch of nature to your home is the Kiri Driftwood Rectangular Lamp. Crafted from driftwood with a chocolatey brown shade, this lamp is perfect next to the sofa or on a sideboard.

The Bodhi Flower Lights are a best seller here at Myakka. Made from real leaves and fairy lights this lamp is a real feature in any room of your home. Available in five colour options, including a new purple option, there is sure to be a colour option to suit your home.

New to Myakka this season, is the Celestial Torus Lamp. This lamp has been crafted from hundreds of oyster shells and shell fragments to create a natural iridescent lustre, this one of a kind lamp looks as good unlit and it does with the light turned on.

Whichever design you prefer for your home, our range of lighting is both unique and beautiful. Designed to fit your home, we have a fantastic range of different size and style lighting to fit your needs perfectly. All our lighting is made with our fair trade partners and is wired to UK standards.

Take a look at the complete Myakka lighting collection here

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