The skillful Stephanie Hare of SHare Studios reimagines the normal table lamp with her collection of glass-bottomed lighting. The remarkable minimalist designs feature a handmade paper lampshade that’s perched on top of a glass base with a rope cord set between the shade and the glass. You’ll feel this is fairly a simple decision of cord placement has an immense impact on the rest of the lamp, because it leaves the base empty and lets you to fill it with whatever you like. Hare stunning craftsmanship look and feel of excellence from top to bottom.
However Stephanie Hare offers recommendations for how to emphasize the glass vessel, one of which is a terrarium. Thus, the wide, clear vase lends itself well to this, and the vitality of the green plants with its deep brown soil make a striking juxtaposition to Hare’s clean and modern design aesthetic. Hence, if this feels too maximalist, though, the designer also showcases the spectacular drama that comes with a single flower placed inside the clear container. Indeed this is an awesome lamp, due to its outstanding quality, unique design, overall construction including the shade, filled mine with purple garnet sand mixed, colorful crystal display. So, Hare sells lamps, in numerous shapes and sizes, through her Etsy shop.