Lighting Showroom Standouts: November 2012

Lighting Showroom Standouts: November 2012

Theodore Alexander Aristotle Shell Twist in Milk lamp
Theodore Alexander Aristotle Shell: A sophisticated statement for Coastal décor yet able to suit other casual environments, the Aristotle Shell is a finely cast aluminum sculpture of a Murex shell. It measures 5.5″ high x 8.75″ wide. Wildwood Twist in Milk lamp: The Twist in Milk lamp evokes a sophisticated seaside vibe with a twisted glass cylinder base of pale blue and white. Carefully created by glass artists, the cylinder shares a surface milk glass with an interior blue that is revealed in the twist. The Polished Nickel finish and the semi-drum linen shade bring out the hidden blue.
Astele Carr pendant The Phillips Collection Stick hanging fixture
Astele Carr pendant: The Carr pendant is offered exclusively through this new company, founded by Natalie Dunagan and Didier Curvat. After selling custom furniture out of their shop in Connecticut to some of the biggest names in the design world, they launched their own manufacturing firm featuring custom tables made in America and lighting that is sourced from Europe. The Phillips Collection Stick hanging fixture: This company actively collaborates with Thailand to source green wood and use renewable resources. Discarded wood, vine, bark, and branches are transformed into home décor. Shown here is the Stick hanging fixture (additional shapes and sizes in the series are square, round, and cylinder).
Joseph Thompson Woodworks Cypress Wall Art Garland Originals Dogwood: Original
Joseph Thompson Woodworks Cypress Wall Art: Joseph Thompson Woodworks specializes in handcrafted furniture and home accents. Shown here is a piece from the limited edition, natural edge, sunken pecky cypress wall art. The company uses a combination of local, sustainable domestic hardwoods and exotic imports that have been harvested in an environmentally responsible manner. Garland Originals Dogwood: Original antique Garland Creations have been resurfacing online at auction sites, but after a 20-year hiatus, a new generation of modern lighting inspired by antiques has been introduced by the company. The Dogwood, a local Appalachian tree, is available in multi-toned (rustic) natural, patina, or enameled white, pink, and purple finishes. The individually wired 40-flower chandelier was a favorite of the company’s founder Garland Faulkner.

 

Fontenot Glass Designs Glass Teardrops Bungalow Belt Vintage Linen Table Lamp
Fontenot Glass Designs Glass Teardrops with Amber Spiral pendant: Glass artist Carey Buckner works closely with architects, interior designers, businesses, and individuals to create evocative interiors with the beauty of handmade glass lighting, décor, and art. Shown here is the Glass Teardrops with Amber Spiral pendant which measures 12″ high x 7″ wide and has a suggested retail price of $400. Bungalow Belt Vintage Linen Table Lamp: The Vintage Linen table lamp boasts a classic style that can suit a variety of home décors. Each portable is designed by Wanying Wilkins in Illinois and manufactured by her brother in China.

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