Our Barkcloth lampshades are made from rare, 100% sustainably sourced, bark from the Mutuba tree in Uganada.

Our Turkish lampshades are all made from reclaimed antique fabrics, hand woven in Western Turkey and ecologically sourced. Each Turkish lampshade is bespoke and made to size.

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Antique turquoise ginger jars from the Hunan province in China C.1910, and terracotta water storage vases from the Shandong region in China C.1930.

Each one is handmade and unique.

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Our cushions are made from antique hand woven cotton and linen made in Western Turkey, and are always made in small batches to ensure we maintain our high quality, and can give every piece a unique look.

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Truly unique

All our products are made from antique fabrics or natural fibres, making each and every piece truly unique. Our lampshades are made from rare textiles, and our soft furnishings are created from antique fabric personally sourced by Pandora, the founder of Lazuli Design. We work with Interior Designers on large Bespoke orders only. Please get in touch for details.

Devil's in the Detail

All of our fabric is handmade. Machines are drowning out the art of handmade textiles - fabric made by hand is infinitely more interesting and lasts longer. Once we’ve sourced our textiles, we put the finishing touches to our products here in the UK, giving close attention to each piece and ensuring an unrivalled level of quality.


We believe in buying things that will last and doing everything we can to reduce our ecological impact. Our bark cloth shades are made from tree bark. Ordinarily ring-barking would kill a tree, however we use one of the only variety of trees in the world which grows its bark back. When it comes to our Turkish shades, all of the tablecloths and cushions are all made from reclaimed antique fabrics - nothing new is produced. Our cushion pads are stuffed with 100% duck feathers, ethically sourced and RDS certified.

Discover the making process

Our handmade products use truly unique crafting processes and materials. Discover how they are made and who are those artists from the other side of the world.

Meet the makers


Because our products are one-of-a-kind, we always put our newest pieces on Instagram. Please follow @lazulidesignuk to keep up to date with the latest additions