Cowbell Lamp By Silvia Ceñal

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Distinctive and elegant, the Cowbell lamp by Silvia Ceñal combines rustic influences with a minimal design. Similarly to one of the designer’s previous projects, Cowbell has an almost delicate beauty and takes inspiration from nature and rural living. The simple, clean lines allow the subtle details to shine through, while also enhancing the textures of the materials.

The immaculate white ceramic shade boasts a rough texture, complementing the smooth felt or leather handle. An ideal balance between natural materials, modern simplicity and warmth. Timeless and versatile, the design blends into modern interiors perfectly. It provides the opportunity to brighten a living space and create a focal point at the same time. Part of the first collection from Massmi’s new lighting brand Plussmi, the lamp made its debut at the Euroluce Salone del Mobile Milano 2017. Images courtesy of Silvia Ceñal.

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