Twinkling lights for summer nights spent outdoors

For lighting outdoor get-togethers, gardens or contract type spaces; presenting Let’s Pause natural fibre shade garlands.

There’s something special about summer nights:

It’s a sensation that’s almost tangible, it has its own perfume.
The comfortable temperatures, whiling away the hours, in the company of friends and family,
the evenings spent outdoors.
With its lighting garlands Let’s Pause illuminates these dreamy moments.





The materials are the focus of attention once again with these lighting systems suitable for outdoor use and whose suspended shades are made with vegetable fibres that add texture to whatever type of ambience they are hung; porches, private gardens or exterior contract spaces, hotel terraces, beach huts, etc. And we have come up with Mondeo a way of hanging the garlands over tables using a metal support and so offering a more customised lighting, that answers individual needs.  

The Borely garland is made using hand woven cane which creates a shade with a very strong weave, free of any knots with a warm and glowing light. It comes in two different sizes: the smaller (12 x 15 x 20 cm) and another, more tubular in shape (15 x 15 x 20 cm), with an iron frame inner structure; for both versions it includes 10 shades and 10 metres of cable, to make life easy.





Barbaria is one of Let’s Pause more exuberant designs. The shade is made with hand-woven esparto, using the capacho technique and combines braided parts with a more naturally shredded fringe of organic esparto fibres that creates a softer, attenuated pattern of light and shade. The standard module includes 10 shades and 10 metres of cable, but it can be customised.  

The light is filtered as if by magic through the shade of the Kos garland, its woven using esparto and combines parts that are thicker with more transparent areas. This model looks like little lanterns floating in the air, making it ideal for celebrations outdoors at long tables that are beautifully illuminated.





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