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Myakka Blog

Indian furniture, Dining Table, Nest of Tables, Cushions and Accessories

Let it glow!

Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Create the perfect ambience in your home with a lamp or ambient lighting. Whether you need to light a dark corner, or create a more restful atmosphere in your living room, the right lighting can make a room both look and feel different.

At Myakka we have a unique and eclectic collection of lighting including table lamps, floor lamps, strings of lights and fun and quirky feature lamps, all just a bit different to what you can find on the high street, full of character and charm.

A standard floor lamp will brighten up a dark corner. Our Isra Driftwood Floor Lamp is crafted from reclaimed branches to create an unique and attractive floor lamp that that looks great with either modern or more traditional decor. Our best-selling Eastern Flare Lamps are available in your choice of two sizes making them a great option for a difficult space and they look great whether on or off!

Our collection of table lamps offers a great choice of styles to help you create the perfect ambience. The Mercury Glass Lamp looks great when un-lit with mercury effect glass bottle base but when lit looks even better. The Natural Shell Lamp would make a great focal point in any room. The lamp has been cleverly styled to resemble a shell or a fossil finished with a natural shade.

A feature lamp is an ideal focal point in any room. Designed to look fabulous un-lit, these lights looks even better lit. Everyone wants to touch the Rattan Anemone Table Lamp, made from rattan woven into the shape of a sea anemone; this lamp casts intriguing patterns when lit.  The Bodhi Flower Lights are woven to resemble a vase of flowers but when lit they are transformed into a magical bunch with 20 small lights, available in five colour options.

Discover our lighting here. We are busy creating new designs for our lamps and lighting. If there is something that you would like to see, let us know at

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