This is a surprisingly modern and abstract pattern for a traditional kimono cloth. But the mix of blue and grey, squares and stripes has a minimal but soft feeling to it, perfectly suited to modern interiors.These can be used as pendant shades or on your table or standard lamp. The kasuri technique has a characteristic brushed or blurred effect, which works wonderfully with geometric and abstract patterns and softens the light from your lamp.
- 100% Kasuri dyed cotton, from the Sakata workshop in the famous town of Kurume, Kyūshū
- Pattern placement can vary across shade sizes, if you need to know more, please ask
- This is for a shade only, the lamp base or pendant is not included. If you like the cordset, it is available here
- Different styles of diffuser are available to hide the bulb for larger shades
- Compatible with US E26 lampsockets
- If you need shades with a finial fitting to fit a harp, please get in touch. These can be made to order for a small extra cost
- If the shade you want is out of stock, then it will be made for you. Shades that are made for you cannot be returned (please see our T&Cs). If you have any questions or concerns, please get in touch before ordering.
The Sakata workshop is always bustling with activity. The Sakatas are constantly trying new ideas and patterns, whether it is opening a boutique in New York or collaborating with designers.
They are a big supplier of clothing, but are happy for us to explore their storeroom for any patterns we can find. They are a great combination of producer and entrepreneur - and are always fun to deal with.