Modern sensibility: Blade lantern from Les Jardins Solar Lighting

Blade is made from a mix of teak and steel. At home both indoors and out, it blends clean lines and solid construction with soft, durable light.
Blade is made from a mix of teak and steel. At home both indoors and out, it blends clean lines and solid construction with soft, durable light. Photo credit: Les Jardins Solar Lighting

Les Jardins Solar Lighting has launched the solar-powered Blade lantern.

Just as its name implies, the Blade lantern has substantial blades that weather the elements. It is made from a mix of teak and steel. At home both indoors and out, it blends clean lines and solid construction with soft, durable light.

The Blade is available in three sizes.

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