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Cork and Clay Lamps

Cork and Clay Lamps

Here is another neat cork (and clay)-based creation, something which should look utterly good in your home. The Cork And Clay Lamps are shaped gently and manually, carefully crafted to render an eye-catching piece which should certainly be another added piece to perk up your living space.

The clay shade provides the necessary weight for the good suspension of the lamp and conceals colourful motifs that are discovered when the light is switched on.

Available in three different designs, t

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All Tied Up with a Corset Lamp

Corset Lamp

The Corset Lamp should be another nifty piece to have in your home. Playing along the lines of contemporary to modern lighting element that people will surely find handy, this lamp requires some effort on your part, not that technical but more of a puzzle that needs to be completed.

The components which include cork, wooden elements and the bulb with cord should be easy to understand as far as assembly goes. A corset of course is the final piece in the lamp, something which i

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Home Stuff backed by Cork

Cork has been known to comprise a lot of stuff and we have certainly seen quite a lot of them over the past months.

Toni Grilo however broadens the possibilities with his Blackcork series, a line which highlights furniture pieces ranging from chairs, stools, tables and even mirrors.

Known to be an ecofriendly resource that could become a new material for use, the Blackcork series shows off how its flexibility, strength and versatility could be prime materials that could make up most of your

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The O’ Clock

The O’ Clock

This is one piece that easily tells you that it is another timepiece made for placement and use on your desk. So with that in mind, perhaps only the materials and the design it comes in would remain to be seen.

The O’Clock comes from David Okum and Javier Palomares, a simple and revealing timepiece that is carefully molded through a simple block of wood. The clock was handcrafted and is available in walnut, hard white maple, douglas fir and even cork, a different and uniquely made piec

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The Glint Lamp

The Glint Lamp

Talk about flexibility, the Glint Lamp looks like it can give a lot of it. Made from a single lighting component that is then integrated with a metal storage holder, this is one lamp that should really provide the necessary lighting when needed by folks.

The lamp was designed by Filipa Mendes and Gustavo Macedo for Galula Studio, a cork-covered bulb socket that comes with strong magnets embedded at the surface. Apparently it is the magnets that allow it to be easily attached to the angu

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The FAROL Lamp

The FAROL Lamp

Here is a lamp that seems to be sustainable and lush to have for any home. Called the Farol Lamp, this is a handmade lighting solution that is handmade with cork as its prime material.

The Farol Lamp was designed by Antonio Brito of Portugal and manufactured by MoodMaker Design. Said to be inspired by Portugese lighthouses, this should be a handy and ecofriendly lighting solution that should get the approval of folks conscious

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The Degree Table Unit

The Degree Table Unit

Here is a table that puts cork to good use once more. The Degree Table from Patrick Norguet offers a functional table that also offers some storage options thanks mainly to the removable top of the said table.

The black removable lid makes is possible to store stuff on the Degree Table, a wise integration which should address issues on space management. Actually folks will have options with the Degree Table: white or black rotational polypropylene, with or without a genuine cork coating;

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The “Market” Chair

The “Market” Chair

The Market chair should be another simple yet unique looking piece for homes, something from Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance. The chair was said to be made for the purpose of linking social strata, an interaction that one could trace between a consumer and a producer.

The Market is made up of a solid structure and a wooden covering with slats which are all mounted on cork. The slats fall naturally and freely at the rear of the backrest – reportedly to accentuate the distinction between the t

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The Orbit Stool

The Orbit Stool

Snapp unveils the Orbit Stool, something that reportedly draws its inspiration from a spinning top. The stool features a slightly pointed cork base and comes with a slim compartment at the side for your reading materials to make sure you do not get bored or are for some reason waiting.

The stool taps into the natural tendencies to move and shift, offering another practical solution which should really come in handy in case all seats are taken. The sto

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The SCRW Stool

Here is another cute little stool you may want for your home. Taking the form of a familiar cork and screw that one would easily associate with corks from a wine bottle, the SCRW stool should be a neat seating solution that should be as well great for indoor or outdoor use.

The functionally SCRW stool was designed by Manuel Welsky which is also adjustable depending on the user’s preference. It is comfortable and quirky and offers a unique look that shoul

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