11/11/20

It’s lit! Sustainable lamp choices to brighten up your home

It’s official: we are proud to declare mood lighting – backdrop to every self-care ritual, movie night and tablescape – the sponsor of winter. Hit refresh on your home with our sustainably sourced edit.

Vinterior

Home to a treasure trove of vintage goods, Vinterior is the online marketplace where you’ll find everything from Murano mushroom lamps to grandiose Italian chandeliers. This 80s Danish classic features a pleated canvas lampshade that we can’t get enough of and a slimline chrome base that will fit seamlessly into any interior.‍Shop the brand.

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Matilda Goad

You’ll spot the wares of this London-based interior designer in nearly every home on Instagram – for good reason. Matilda Goad’s ceramic lamp is hand woven, fitted with antique brass parts and comes in duck egg blue (our personal favourite) as well as olive, baby pink and post-box red.‍Shop the brand.

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By Alice

A curation of beautiful antique and vintage and handmade finds by – you guessed it – Alice. This iconic 60s ceramic shell lamp with its opaque glass will bring an enviable glow to any corner and prove the perfect conversation piece when hosting returns.

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Spark & Bell

A more involved labour of love than your usual floor or table lamp, this sconce is handmade (as is the entirety of their lighting collection) by more affordable Brighton-based brand, Spark & Bell. This frosted ball shade surrounded by a halo of walnut wood will add mid-century credibility to any room.

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matildagoad.com, vinterior.co, by-alice.co.uk, sparkandbell.com

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