I’m obsessing over this ceiling lamp we saw today in a shop on South Congress in Austin, Texas:
It’s made in Morocco. The designs are made with henna. It would bring mysterious and exotic atmosphere to any room where it’s hanging.
Below are a few more examples from around the Internet. I think the colors and design of something like these would mix well with the future decor of our India pied a terre.
Another example from justmorocco.com:
From Planet Nomad, here’s a traveler’s shot of a hanging lamp in Morocco, looking from the floor straight up at the lamp and the fantasically-decorated ceiling:
Here is how these hanging lamps can enhance the atmosphere of rooms. These stylish rooms are at the Dar Les Cigognes, a boutique hotel in Marrakech, Morocco:
I must warn, these are animal skins stretched over frames, then decorated with henna designs. The curvier shapes and the henna drawings that are more intricate and complicated look more elegant to my eyes.
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Those moroccan lamps are really beautiful. And it’s made by local artists, a good thing in fact.