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Rattan, paper, bamboopendant lights made from organic materials are having a moment.
The delightful flying saucer-esque silhouette of Fred Segal’s Love One Another pendant ($369) would add a pop of kitschy character to any room. cb2.com
The Wagasa suspended lamp (price on request) blends the elegance of delicate Japanese paper with simple woven cane for a striking stylized fixture. informinteriors.com
The intricate Sen pendant ($1,380) is made of hundreds of strips of fine bamboo and crafted by traditional matcha whisk makers in Japan. kozaimodern.com
Dutch design team Graypants craft their Scraplights disc pendant lights ($795) from precision-cut corrugated cardboard for a finished product that glows from within. fullhousemodern.com
Coloured rattan is interlaced with powder-coated steel in the Laika pendant ($689) for a look that’s more 21st century than 1950s tiki. designhouse.com
Traditional weaving meets geometric precision in the handsome Antibes chandelier ($3,163). robinsonlightingandbath.com
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