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Diamond Lights have become sought after in the world of design and can be found in as many homes across Europe as restaurants, bars and shops. They can give your room an industrial chic look but in a subtle way and look great hung singulary, grouped together or as an alternative table lamp.
Designed by Swedish designer, Eric Therner in 2009 – it’s a modern and contemporary take on the classic round shape bulb. It gives off a warm glow and the distinctive diamond shape creates beautiful patterns and shadows on ceilings and walls
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I first discovered Diamond Lights
when I visited a trade fair in Denmark a few years ago. They were probably the first lights of its kind that I had come across and a trend of bulb lights soon followed but these are probably still my favourites.
That trip to Denmark also introduced me to Ferm Living
and Lucky Boy Sunday
. Ferm Living I have stocked in the past and will do so again in the near future and have especially got my eye on the tent above! However Lucky Boy Sunday, even though has gained such a massive following in recent years, somehow I have never stocked them. This year, whilst visiting Maison Objet in Paris, I happened to meet up with the ladies behind the brand. After recently taking the reigns back from the distributors, I guess you can say they won me over with their charm and off course the quality of their products and I’m looking forward to placing an order with them soon.
So watch this space all you Lucky Boy Sunday fans out there!