Petiole is a delightful birch wood and aluminium light crafted by Andreas Ferdinand Riise Bergsaker a Norwegian designer based in Copenhagen. Inspired by the oscillating bluebells found in Norway’s mountains Petiole’s shade can be moved in different directions.
A clever little light the lamp’s shade rotates in two directions and is fitted with dimmable LED technology. The Snap Lamp is available in a range of colours (and is pictured in dusty green).
Hand carved details are the essence of this stunning porcelain pendant lamp from Etsy shop Sue Canizares Ceramics. Birds and flowers add life to this light and blue cording completes the charming design:
Some of our readers might wonder if a table lamp really has a style of its own and the answer is an emphatic yes. True often it is the shade that determines the overall appeal of the lamp but there are plenty of cases where the body of the lamp makes a huge difference and defines it.
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.
But it is the outer diffuser that makes a big difference here with the Moon S presenting a less flashy and far more curated picture. Bringing along with it ample illumination and ergonomic design this smart lighting fixture can be used in a variety of spaces ranging from the home office to the bedroom and kitchen.