Made of ash, Poiju finds beauty in simplicity; it is modern with a sense of warmth. It suits many kinds of spaces, and the lights can be grouped above, for example, a dining table.
The design bears resemblance to a buoy (poiju in Finnish) used for tying up boats or floats used in fishing. The beautiful grain of the wood brings the surface to life, encouraging you to touch it and making each product unique.
The fabric-covered power cord is casually tied into the middle part, connecting the two halves together. The downward-facing light is pleasant and soft, and it is particularly suitable for dining tables and sofa tables either on its own or in groups.
Shade is made of solid ash. E14 lamp socket. 3 meters textile cord. The plastic ceiling rose. Light source included.
Poiju Ash: White ceiling rose & cord.
Poiju Black: Black ceiling rose & cord.
I am happy to answer questions and assist in product choices to the best of my ability. You can reach me from Monday to Sunday. 9:00-21:00 (EET). -Timo Niskanen
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We offer free home delivery with in EU, Norway and Switzerland orders above 200€.
The deliveries are to the home address. Our delivery time in Europe is c. 3-8 weekdays.
For orders outside the EU, please contact us.
When ordering from outside the EU, taxes are deducted at the checkout.
What to use with your Himmee light?
For your Himmee light, we recommend maximum of 12 and 15-watt LED bulbs. These bulbs can reach the luminous flux of 1 500 lumens, which equals to a 100-watt incandescent bulb.
Luminous flux (lumen)
The unit of luminous flux, referring to the total quantity of visible light, is known as lumen (lm). The mere number of watts doesn’t indicate how much light the lamp produces, only how much energy it consumes. For the light from an LED bulb to match that of a 60-watt incandescent bulb, the LED bulb or compact fluorescent bulb would need to be capable of producing 800 lumens.
Colour temperature (kelvin)
The colour temperature has a significant impact on the atmosphere of the room. Colour temperature is measured in kelvin, the symbol of which is K. If you are looking for the colour of an incandescent bulb, you need an LED of 2 700 K. If you want to go for a whiter option, 4 000 K could be your choice.