Spanish designer Javier Herrero created table lights for children who touch on the theme of the beloved Wild West. These lamps are called Tipi and, like the originals, are made only from natural materials. The base is made of wood beech, and felt lampshade, obtained by felting rabbit or goats. They are decorated using embroidery with Native American motives. By the way, such lamps are very simple to manufacture. I think you can easily make them using the instructions for photo below. If you are interested in this topic, and you want to make a real wigwam for your little child, then follow here. Good luck and have a great adventure!
P.S .: Here is another lamp created by Javier in the form of Domes of the circus. To see this miracle, click on the highlighted link?
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