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Origami Lights from Holland

Lydia Lee February 24, 2012

Wouldn't these light-hearted origami paper lights be lovely in a children's room?

Cachette is a brand-new online shop started by an Anglo-French couple, Stephen Rogan and Delphine de Chabalier, who have embarked on their own version of A Year in Provence: After a decade of life in London, they pulled up stakes and moved to the South of France to start a new business. "We have put our common passion for a certain lifestyle, great design, and great food into this shop," they say.

Above: Produced in Holland, Paper Lights are folded from a single piece of paper; €89 (around $120, shipping to the US available) at Cachette.

Above: The lights are suspended from cloth-wrapped cords.

Above: The lights are available in seven colors, including white and pink, which would float overhead like giant meringues.

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