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Mygdal Plant Lamp

Mygdal Plant Lamp aims to mix a couple of great environment features, as it so clearly states on its name: plants and light. Nui Studio really did a nice number with this combo, you can get them in two different options, a hanging or a standing glass pot with the plant inside, the plant is self sufficient: no need to water it or let it breathe, the LED light will give it the necessary energy to photosynthesize. Perfect for an added boost of light and green on the darker spot of your home or office and providing a more lively ambience. Made from electrically conductive glass, to give the LED power it needs, and powder coated aluminum cover or base, Mygdal Plant Lampīs understated look will be a great add on wherever you place it.



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