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Walnut Coffee Lamp by Tomiyama Koichi
© Mjolk
Admittedly, my standard apartment coffee lamp doesn’t get much attention at the moment, but if I made the subtle change with this light fixture, I think my mornings would be that much better.

These walnut coffee lamps were designed, hand spun and constructed by Tomiyama Koichi, a Tokyo based craftsman. On its own or in aggregate, this wonderfully simple piece can turn a previously unrealized aspect of your home into a consistent source of happiness.

Walnut Coffee Lamp by Tomiyama Koichi
© Mjolk

Walnut Coffee Lamp by Tomiyama Koichi
© Mjolk


Available for $275 USD from Mjolk's online shop.
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