Anyone who lives in a modern apartment know the problem of the placements of electrical sockets. It seems that there isn’t much thought put into the placement of electrical sockets, and one might feel limited in placing anything that requires power in a room close to the electrical sockets.
Cordless lamps are versatile.
This is when flexible and smart solutions come in - after all, versatility and flexible living is on the rise and many renters are able to incorporate these additions to their space. Cordless lamps give the user flexibility in placing a lamp where it is needed. The flexibility of placing it outside at the balcony when you feel like a drink, to add ambient lighting to a dinner table or placing it in a dark corner where its inconvenient to place a lamp, is why portable cordless lamps are becoming commonplace.
Lladró, the leaders in luxury porcelain, have seen growing popularity with their cordless lamps and were inspired by Japanese paper lanterns and the swirls of Ice Cream to create the Ice Cream cordless lamp which fuses all the elements of luxury, a translucent porcelain lampshade, leather handle and accents, and gold metal finishes. The elegant lamp has swirls on its lampshade, mimicking the swirls of an Ice Cream, and adds visual interest. The rechargeable lamp dims as well, so you can adjust the intensity of its light as you see fit.
Lladró’s Ice Cream lamp comes in blue as well.
We recommend that your first charge should be for 7 hours. Subsequent charges will take approximately 4 hours. The lamps will dim slightly when the battery is running low. The intensity of the lamp can be adjusted using the Lladró logo dimmer switch on the base. Just touch the logo to turn the light on. Touch and hold the logo to dim down the light. Repeat to brighten the light. Touch the logo again to turn the light off. After switching off, the lamp resets to full intensity. All Lladró lamps come with 2 years warranty on the LED module, so you can purchase your lamp with an ease of mind.
Lladró is the leader in luxury porcelain since 1953 and have developed proprietary processes that resulted in a wide range of products and styles that is unparalleled in the world of porcelain. The brand still makes every piece in their workshop in Valencia, Spain. Read more about Lladró here.