The raffia whose name is of Malagasy origin refers to both a kind of palm and a vegetable fiber that comes from it. Once dried, raffia leaves are used to produce raffia initially used as a link by gardeners, but also to make mats and ropes. Today, raffia becomes a natural material "in fashion", we make baskets for ready-to-wear, decorative objects, including fixtures. This vegetable fiber is appreciated for its strength, its natural color and for craftsmen, the fact that it is very easy to braid.
The lamps made in raffia participate in the atmosphere of a room, a dining room, a hotel lobby bringing a touch of exotic, soft and warm. According to the braiding, a play of shadow and light is created.
The team of Nomade Déco Home fell under the spell of these RAPHAËLLE sconces in a semicircle, with a very refined design to make room for vegetable matter. The structure is iron completely covered with raffia, medium size, RAPHAËLLE sconces will harmonize perfectly with your interior and exterior decoration.
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These RAPHAËLLE sconces are handmade by Moroccan artisans who for several generations know how to work this sublime natural fiber, raffia.
The final decorative touch Nomad'Déco:
For a chic and bohemian atmosphere, add colorful or plain straw mats, benches in braided ropes.
For an ethnic spirit, throw some khanta throws on a bench embellished with cushions of colors, some cactus in beautiful baskets, a coffee table and some friends.