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We’ve all seen those paper ball lamps, right? Well, the folks at Mannchala have given them a rather charming makeover.

Getting Crafty

021116_mannchalla2We love adding desi touches to our homes every now and then, and if you have a similar thing going on in your house, you’re going to want these lampshades by Mannchala. They’ve taken regular, plain ol’ paper lamps and have added decorative knick-knacks to give them a bright, funky makeover.

Think colourful pom-poms, mirrors, feathers, jute lace, sequins, cut-out flowers, and more! Got a dreary corner in your living room that needs a little somethin’ somethin’? These are perfectly affordable.

What Else?

They’ve got women making earthen jars {just like the ones used to store pickles}, which have been turned into candles – which can make for a cute little present for friends.

Price: Lamps starting at INR 300

Contact: Reach out to them on Facebook here for order enquiries.

Photos courtesy: MannChala

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Post Diwali Blues? These Lamps From Mannchala Will Brighten Things Up

MannChala

Ten-Second Takeaway

We’ve all seen those paper ball lamps, right? Well, the folks at Mannchala have given them a rather charming makeover.

Getting Crafty

021116_mannchalla2We love adding desi touches to our homes every now and then, and if you have a similar thing going on in your house, you’re going to want these lampshades by Mannchala. They’ve taken regular, plain ol’ paper lamps and have added decorative knick-knacks to give them a bright, funky makeover.

Think colourful pom-poms, mirrors, feathers, jute lace, sequins, cut-out flowers, and more! Got a dreary corner in your living room that needs a little somethin’ somethin’? These are perfectly affordable.

What Else?

They’ve got women making earthen jars {just like the ones used to store pickles}, which have been turned into candles – which can make for a cute little present for friends.

Price: Lamps starting at INR 300

Contact: Reach out to them on Facebook here for order enquiries.

Photos courtesy: MannChala

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