Pampshade

Pampshade Handcrafted Japanese Bread Lamps

$85$126
Pampshade Handcrafted Japanese Bread Lamps
Pampshade

Pampshade Handcrafted Japanese Bread Lamps

$85$126
5.0 Stars / 4 Reviews
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Heads Up!

A new lamp is exclusively here: milk bread, based on the community-favorite recipe by Catherine Margaret O’Donnell.

Since every lamp here is baked and crafted by hand, yours may vary slightly from those pictured.

Bright idea.

Put down that butter you're holding. Yes, that’s really a lamp, and yes, it’s really made out of bread—really! It was first baked up in Japan, then hollowed out to create space for the long-lasting LED bulb inside. (The extra bits are used to make French toast, croutons, and other delights, so no crumb goes to waste.) And to preserve that buttery hue: It’s finished off with an anti-bacterial, anti-fungal coating that makes it last and last. Set yours anywhere you need a little extra light...but maybe steer clear of that plate of pastries.

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Pampshade’s whimsical lamps are made from real milk bread, batards, and croissants, preserved in all their starchy wonder to give your kitchen or nightstand a pleasant glow. It’s all the wow-worthy handiwork of artist Yukiko Morita, who got this bright idea while working in a bakery.

Each lamp here is carefully hollowed out, resulting in some minor cracks or small holes (nice little reminders that they’re handmade, we think).

The croissant and milk bread will light up anywhere they glow, er go, no power cord required.

Bright idea.

Put down that butter you're holding. Yes, that’s really a lamp, and yes, it’s really made out of bread—really! It was first baked up in Japan, then hollowed out to create space for the long-lasting LED bulb inside. (The extra bits are used to make French toast, croutons, and other delights, so no crumb goes to waste.) And to preserve that buttery hue: It’s finished off with an anti-bacterial, anti-fungal coating that makes it last and last. Set yours anywhere you need a little extra light...but maybe steer clear of that plate of pastries.

Free Standard Shipping on Orders $149+
and Easy-Breezy Returns

Pampshade’s whimsical lamps are made from real milk bread, batards, and croissants, preserved in all their starchy wonder to give your kitchen or nightstand a pleasant glow. It’s all the wow-worthy handiwork of artist Yukiko Morita, who got this bright idea while working in a bakery.

Each lamp here is carefully hollowed out, resulting in some minor cracks or small holes (nice little reminders that they’re handmade, we think).

The croissant and milk bread will light up anywhere they glow, er go, no power cord required.

Meet the Maker

Pampshade

NEW YORK, NY
Your eyes don’t deceive you—Pampshade’s lamps are, in fact, made out of bread. Each one is baked in Japan, hollowed out, then finished off with a bulb on the inside and a stay-fresh coating all over. It’s all the handiwork of artist Yukiko Morita, who fell head over heels for bread while working in a bakery. (We’d say that love really shines through.)
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