RO lamp draws inspiration from the old craft maker traditions in the 1920s and 1930s where a simple lamp shade was made of ne and yarn usually tied around a wooden stand. The RO lamp shade is made of jute yarn tied around a simple base in line with the old traditions in Denmark. The lamp name RO in Danish refers to the calmness and simple human feeling of well being.

  • Care and maintainance

    To ensure the longevity and beauty of your RO Lamp, we recommend following these care and maintenance guidelines:

    - Gently dust the lampshade with a soft-bristled brush or feather duster to remove surface dust and debris. Avoid applying excessive pressure, as it may disturb the delicate yarn fibers.
    - For deeper cleaning, lightly vacuum the lampshade using a brush attachment or handheld vacuum on a low setting. Be sure to move in the direction of the yarn's weave to prevent tangling or pulling.

    Stain Removal:
    - Spot clean stains on the lampshade immediately using a damp cloth or sponge moistened with mild detergent and water. Blot the affected area gently to lift the stain without rubbing or scrubbing, which can damage the yarn fibers.
    - Allow the lampshade to air dry completely before using the lamp.

    Avoiding Damage:
    - Handle the lamp with care when moving or adjusting to prevent tangles or snags in the yarn. Avoid pulling or stretching the yarn excessively, as it may cause distortion or damage to the lampshade.

  • Important Note

    The RO Lamp, with its jute yarn lampshade, embodies the essence of Danish craftsmanship and design philosophy, evoking a sense of calm and well-being in any space. By following these care and maintenance guidelines, you can preserve the integrity and beauty of your RO Lamp for years to come, continuing the legacy of traditional craftmanship in modern living.