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About Miliboo

Miliboo specializes in the design and marketing of modern furniture on the internet. The company sells sofas, armchairs, chairs and stools, tables, case furniture, bathroom furniture, garden furniture as well as decorative items (light fixtures, modesty screens, paintings, rugs, etc).

Miliboo Headquarter Location

Parc Altaïs 17 rue Mira France

Chavanod, 74650,


+33 (0) 4 58 10 01 40

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Wooden chandeliers guide to choosing

Jul 9, 2021

July 8, 2021 The wooden chandeliers, an elegant and refined piece of furniture The chandeliers are a piece of furniture very important, able to underline the style of a room or give it a slightly dissonant note that enhances its personality. I wooden chandeliers, in particular, stand out for theirs refined aesthetics due to the natural material, available in a wide range of warm tones and amber or colder and gray, light or dark and with veins more or less decisive and evident depending on theessence, the direction of the cut and the processing. Furthermore, wood, having a low index of heat transfer, is particularly suitable for creating a lighting body because it reduces the risks of overheating. There are numerous models of wooden lamps but the main trends there are only two: i wooden chandeliers modern with simple shapes and very linear or inspired by the industrial style, and the recycled chandeliers or otherwise vintage, that is, inspired by the forms of the past. Wooden lights inspired by pure forms A very interesting first type of chandeliers for wooden ceilings is inspired by geometric shapes as well as polyhedra and regular polygons. E27 by Chrasy, available on Amazon, is a series of lamps from very low cost, formed by thin laths in wood assembled to form a different geometric figure, that is a hexagon, a square it’s a equilateral triangle with rounded corners. Each of them therefore frames the central lamp holder, deliberately large and evident. The same philosophy is also found in some proposals by Miliboo, an online portal oncontemporary decor. I Bosco models and Dune, in a sense they are there three-dimensional version of the collection described above. The first consists of a very simple one frame of wooden strips in the shape of parallelepiped which inside contains one or five lamps depending on the version. These, in turn, constitute the vintage reinterpretation of the ancient ones incandescent bulbs and are characterized by i central filaments particularly developed, with a clear decorative intent. Even the setting of the Dune chandelier is similar, but the cage for the center lamp holder is a tetrahedro, that is, one regular pyramid with faces in the shape of an equilateral triangle. These are therefore very interesting vintage wooden chandeliers. Design wooden chandeliers Even the proposals for design chandeliers in wood and related materials come straw and bamboo they are very promising. Bamboo wood chandeliers For example, Miliboo proposes the contemporary re-edition of the traditional straw and woven rope chandeliers thanks to two different models. Cup it’s a pendant lamp from the pretty flared shape with a diameter of 50 centimeters, sinuous lines and an intertwining of elements of bamboo nero inspired by basketry, which when lit creates interesting walls play of lights and shadows. Also Wild belongs to this vein, but its shape is Cubic and bamboo, in his natural color, has a much denser texture. Light Miliboo is completely different, being a chandelier industrial wood formed by a very simple bamboo cane to which I am rolled up the thick, coarse cables of five hanging lamps. Modern wooden chandeliers The proposals of the designer Tamasine Osher instead they focus on the exaltation of natural veins of wood, wisely highlighted by the simple and very linear shapes of the three collections Cupola Pendants, Cupola Chandelier, Cupola Poise Chandelier e Cupola Poise Wall Light. The first is a series of wooden pendant lamps, which, as their name implies, are characterized by a flared lampshade and rounded that resembles the shape of a cupola (in fact) overturned. Available in well nine shapes different, these suspended wooden chandeliers can be hung individually or in sequences of more lights, allowing wide margins of customization. The lines Cupola Chandelier e Cupola Poise Chandelier are two precise applications of this possibility: they are in fact compositions directly inspired by thecontemporary art, formed by pendant lamps in the shape of onion supported by black or gold-colored metal rods, closely reminiscent of i mobiles di Calder o le useless machines by Bruno Munari. Cupola Poise Wall Light it is instead the wall version, consisting of an applique with a single rod and a lampshade on each side. Finally, two proposals from thecompany Wood Lamp Design : the wooden chandelier Wave, reminiscent of asea ​​wave solidified as it is about to break, and the Dome model with an unusual concave shape. Both are available in five possible colors and essences: oak, wenge, Carbon Look, glossy black and glossy red. Some proposals for handcrafted wooden chandeliers The last, very interesting trend is made up of handcrafted wooden chandeliers, often real unique pieces of great value: thecompany Wanos offers a wide range. Chandeliers with sea logs, wood logs and recycled material Some of his winning ideas consist in creating lamps with sea wood, that is collected on the beach, or in building a lamp with recycled material. For example, i wood and rope chandeliers formed from the segment of an old wooden board, some very coarse cords and old jars glass made into door light bulbs. Of course, there is no shortage of chandeliers with wooden trunks, especially of olivo e age-old chestnut, carefully chosen for theirs nodose form and details, then subsequently debarked, sanded and machined to fit them ceiling light of suspended lamp holders. Handcrafted resin and wood chandeliers The last process consists in taking the segment of a log of wood, sawing it to obtain one flat surface, smooth it and then fill the cavities with resin colorful, with a result that closely resembles a abstract picture. In this way a splendid handcrafted chandelier in olive wood e black resin, and a second black and white wooden chandelier, obtained by pouring white resin in the cavities of a piece of castagno with particularly pronounced veins. In any case, these are handmade wooden chandeliers, which assume a great mastery of the material and give any space a forte personality.

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  • Where is Miliboo's headquarters?

    Miliboo's headquarters is located at Parc Altaïs, Chavanod.

  • What is Miliboo's latest funding round?

    Miliboo's latest funding round is IPO.

  • How much did Miliboo raise?

    Miliboo raised a total of $8.6M.

  • Who are the investors of Miliboo?

    Investors of Miliboo include Auriga, Sigma Gestion and Naxicap Partners.

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