5 NEW LAMPS LIGHTING UP OUR WORLD

See the light: from simple styles to all-out luxury..

Get the scooP

Rattan and scalloped shapes are two trends that look set to stay, so bring them together and you get one seriously covetable piece. From Lisa Mehydene of online emporium edit58 and designer Matilda Goad, this look-at-me shade is made in Bali by local artisans and comes with the option to customise with coloured rattan.

Rattan scallop pendant shade, from £160 for the natural colour way, edit58 x Matilda Goad, edit58.com, or matildagoad.com.

Scene stealers

Yes, the Chamber lights from Lee Broom sit firmly in the investment category, but consider the materials (lead crystal vessels and Carrara marble diffusers), craftsmanship and knockout aesthetics and they’re worth every penny.

Chamber lights, from £965, leebroom.com.

IN THE SHADE

Thought super-glam was the antithesis of simple? Then check out this brassy little number bringing a subtle yet sexy twist to the humble light bulb. Guaranteed ambience for any room lacking je ne sais quoi.

Stella opal glass pendant, £32, matalan.co.uk.

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STRING ALONG

Set inside or out, dinner parties lacking je ne sais quoi would do well to involve Studiomie’s Light My Table garland. Just clamp to any table measuring two to three metres and, ta-da, a cosy roof of light shines bright above. Stockist Vincent Sheppard calls it a ‘feel good enhancer’, which sounds like something we’re happy to get on board with.

£396, vincentsheppard.com/en; delivery 30 days.

STUDIO STYLE

This retro style table lamp from Oka is pretty luxurious. Hand-made from antiqued brass, with a green marble base, a single brass disc masks the lightbulb and gives the piece the feel of a vintage camera flash. Now watch the birdie.

Paparazzo lamp, £350, oka.com.

 

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