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Safari Journal

Light the way [part 2]

Light the way [part 2]

I love how nature is the inspiration behind some of the beautiful and unique lighting you find in African homes, lodges and hotels.

Such as these weaver bird nest inspired pendants [image 1] featured in photographer Micky Hoyle's Cape Town home and the incredible hippo skeleton [image 3] re-purposed as a dining room chandelier in the luxurious safari style residence of Leobo Private Reserve in South Africa's Waterberg mountains.

Safari Journal / Blog by Safari Fusion | Light the way [part 2] | Bird nest lights at photographer Micky Hoyle's organic style Cape Town home

Safari Journal / Blog by Safari Fusion | Light the way [part 2] | Moroccan lantern in minimalistic surrounds

Safari Journal / Blog by Safari Fusion | Light the way [part 2] | Hippo skeleton chandelier at the exclusive Leobo Lodge / Waterberg, South Africa

Safari Journal / Blog by Safari Fusion | Light the way [part 2] | mber glass tea lights and a spectacular grass chandelier at The Oyster Bay Hotel / Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania

Safari Journal / Blog by Safari Fusion | Light the way [part 2] | Moroccan lantern in white-washed surrounds

Safari Journal / Blog by Safari Fusion | Light the way [part 2] | Round string ball lighting in a South Africa beach house[Images: 1,4 Visi, 2 House and Leisure, 3,6 Brie Williams 5 The Oyster Bay Hotel, 7 Anton Robért]

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