Say-Daw Lamp By Design Bros

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Inspired by nature but featuring a modern, minimalist aesthetic, the Say-Daw Lamp made by UK-based Design Bros brings style and function to living spaces and offices. The use of warm wood and cool concrete creates a beautiful contrast, while the adjustable height adds mobility to the design. The concrete base anchors the lamp and provides perfect support for the oak, walnut or beech frame. At the top, the concrete shade moves from side to side to guide the light, if needed. A cotton braided cord with an inline switch maintains the simplicity of the lamp.

Easy to assemble, Say-Daw comes with three grooves that allow the user to adjust the height according to various requirements. Expertly handcrafted from natural materials, each lamp is one-of-a-kind. Textures as well as colors vary slightly to give the elegant design even more character and charm. Photo credits: Design Bros.

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