Thursday, 17 October, 2019

Lighting

H2O Nebulite – Luna Collection

Light is matter and symbol The inspiring element is the moon A single light source which emanates intense and bright rays. The Luna design contains varied nuances and sensations. The Nebulite, material that has been developed specifically for In-es.artdesign’s collections, emphasizes the atmospheric and evocative lighting of the lamp. “H2O” is a suspension in Nebulite, available in the transparent or ... Read More »

Why Antique Lighting Is Enjoying a Revival!

We love antique lighting at Fritz Fryer…after all, it’s where we started out!  In fact, Antique Lighting is something we still specialise in today and we have collated an extraordinary range of one-off, original pieces, carefully sourced and painstakingly restored on-site in our Herefordshire showroom. Which is why we are so excited to reveal our collaboration with iconic retail store, ... Read More »

Ten Years Of The London

Launched in 2009, the British-made London was the first light designed by Charlie Bowles, son of Original BTC founder Peter Bowles. Today, the London – alongside Peter’s bone china Hector – are two of the British manufacturer’s best-selling designs. Assembled by hand at Original BTC’s headquarters near Oxford, the London features a spun aluminium semi-sphere shade with a solid chromed ... Read More »

Ligne Roset – Sintra

Image Above: Sintra sofa from £4154, Luna Rossa pendant light £1290, Cinetique floor light £910, Clyde coffee table from £1740 Synonymous with contemporary French design and craftsmanship, the latest collection by family-run manufacturer Ligne Roset ranges from avant-garde original creations and reissues of cutting edge 1970s designs to the most beautifully executed examples of classic upholstery. With its elegant lines ... Read More »

Calm Simplicity

We are delighted to be working with some exciting new brands this year and are happy to announce a collaboration with Clar Object Luminaires which is Made in London and Designed by Barbara Etter. Ni-Ni pendant lights are made from Italian Pergamenata. A waxed paper that has a cloudy texture like the ancient natural parchments. When the light is turned ... Read More »

Let There Be Light!

Here at Danetti we understand the balance between furnishing and accessorising your home with style and harmony and how important it is to get it right!  So, we decided to create our own lighting range to complement our furniture collections – why leave it to anyone else!  We’ve developed a stunning collection of every type of lighting for your home ... Read More »

Light And Warmth: Lessmore Christmassy 100% Recyclable Cardboard Trees

For Christmas time do switch your spaces on with the help of a natural and eco-friendly material. Turn them on by a delicate, deep, warm, sensual, calm and soft brightness. Get your fill of light thanks to bright Christmassy 100% recyclable cardboard trees conceived and designed by Giorgio Caporaso for Lessmore. A creation of the architect and designer who tested ... Read More »

Trame Collection – In-es.artdesign

The house is dressed with sartorial light Design embroiders suggestive patterns of textiles and bright flashes of light Ateliers are not the only laboratories where tailoring takes place: even a lamp can become a bright “dress” of precious manufacture. The new collection Trame, designed by the artist/ designer Oçilunam for In-es.artdesign, is a family of lamps created with handcrafted techniques, ... Read More »

Light Fantastic Luxurious Cordless Lamps

Alexander Joseph’s range of cordless, custom-made UK luxury lamps brings products with aesthetic appeal to discerning home owners, hotels, restaurants, boat builders, retailers and more. The original idea occurred when Alexander Joseph founder, Mark Robinson, tried to buy cordless table lamps. When he could only locate novelty low voltage sealed units or lamps with components which do not comply with ... Read More »

Art Of Glass

Image Above: Original BTC Mini Globe wall light £259 An offshoot of one of Britain’s great nineteenth-century glassworks, Original BTC acquired Birmingham-based English Antique Glass in 2011 with the aim of introducing new audiences to ancient glassblowing techniques. Pictured below, Master Glassblower Walter gathers silica sand – a mineral compound – on a blowing iron. He works it by hand ... Read More »