The Snap Lamp is a characterful and fun flexible lighting solution whose clamp can be fastened to any surface with a thickness from 8-40mm. Designed by Marie Hesseldahl the Snap Lamp reflects her Scandinavian heritage.
The surprising little twist could come in the form of trendy metallic lighting fixtures a festive branch chandelier or ceiling lamps with a soft natural vibe; take your pick!
The materials used in crafting a light are equally important: wood glass and metals are all worthy of note. When a lamp engenders a smile and arouses emotion in a person it is undoubtedly meant to be.
Here’s another faceted piece this time featuring a thick black cord (that also comes in white and red). K1 is a geometric drop light by Gant & Mania crafted from clean white porcelain and available via Not on the High Street.
Here is the tricky part when you are choosing a brand new table lamp. The height of the table lamp you pick is determined more by the room it sits in and the décor around the lamp. If you have a tall bedside table then it goes without saying that a shorter lamp will do and vice versa.
It is truly a fascinating blend; a trademark approach that sets him apart from the pack. And today we take a small peek into this eclectically delightful world of his by shedding the spotlight on a trio of fabulous lighting fixtures designed by the man himself.