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30 November 2012


Here's one we made a while ago and looking over the images again we've realised how top-heavy we are on lighting. There are some really beautiful pieces here - the Tab T lamp designed by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby for FLOS is a classic in the making and the large Spica Light from Iacoli & McAllister is simply breath-taking. But our favourite has to be the wall light designed in the 1950s that sits on a teak and metal arm ... that one's right up our street.

Images:
Brutalist wall relief, Art of Vintage | Armshell, Modern Love via Design Addict | Interior, Marjon Hoogervorst | Wall Light, City-Furniture | Spica Light, Iacoli & McAllister | Interior, Dwell | Tab T Light, Yvonne Koné and Line Klein | Staircase via Emmas DesignBlogg

5 comments:

  1. There can never be too much lighting.

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  2. I love the black chair you have. Simple but elegant!

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  3. I loved stairs that are just straight so that I wont be turning like in a circus it makes me dizzy so your stairs look great to me.


    Stickley Winter Sale

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  4. Very interesting lamp? Or is it a chandelier? There's some more interesting lamps here too that's as modern as that one http://www.instylemodern.com/Lighting-s/50.htm

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  5. Amazing looking lamp, I love the black and white contrasting colours

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