2014 Fall Residential Lighting Standouts

 With all of the innovation and development going on in the lighting and home decor industries, there are constantly new designs unveiled daily to the marketplace.  Here are some of the most noteworthy products that we believe will add uniqueness to any independent retailer’s assortment. 

 Residential Lighting-Lignet Roset
Round & Round: Carrousel by German designer Veronika Wildgruber for French luxury furnishings manufacturer Ligne Roset is a reinterpretation of a classic suspended ceiling light. In this updated version, 100% polyester white ribbons are woven on a circular, laser-cut steel structure that reflects light upwards, projecting a shape onto the ceiling. Ligne Roset www.ligne-roset-usa.com


 Residential Lighting Artek Furniture  Portable Table Lamps-Chelsea House

Classic Contemporary: Designed for the Finnish lighting manufacturer by architect Alvar Aalto in 1953, the Beehive pendant (a331) is comprised of a White painted aluminum shade with a choice of White, Polished Brass, or Polished Chrome-plated steel rings. It comes with a 72-inch white plastic cable and plug; cUL/UL listing can be provided at an additional charge. Artek www.artekfurniture.us

 This hand-painted table lamp in a transitional pattern can suit a variety of décors. It is one of the newest styles that debuted at last month’s High Point Market.Chelsea House www.chelseahouseinc.com

Delicate Design: This hand-painted table lamp in a transitional pattern can suit a variety of décors. It is one of the newest styles that debuted at last month’s High Point Market.  Chelsea House www.chelseahouseinc.com


Table Lamp-Couture Lamps  Rossi & Bianchi Studio-Flos
The Golden Age: From the ???Golden Glamour Collection designed by Todd Sawvelle, the 27.5”-high Armands table lamp pairs natural penshell with gold leaf.  Two square cubes – covered in penshell inlay [each one varies with the natural shell material] – are contrasted with luxe gold leaf breaks and base.  It is topped with a simple square, pale gold silk, rounded corner, hardback shade.  Couture Lamps www.couturelamps.com In & Out: Designed by Rossi & Bianchi Studio for Flos, the Ipnos LED floor lamp can be used indoors or outside. It offers diffused light from its ultra-thin form of extruded and anodized aluminum. A transparent methacrylate surface can be inserted in the square space on top for use as a lighted accent table. Ipnos is available in the following finishes: Anodized Natural, Black, and Copper. The 15-watt LED has a CRI of 85 and a color temperature of 2700K. www.flosusa.com


 Sorenthia Lighting Element-Studio Dunn
Functional Art: The popular Sorenthia Lighting Element, designed by award-winning Asher Dunn of Studio DUNN, now offers light bulb options.  In addition to the original 11-inch tubular Edison filament bulb (40 or 75 watts in Clear or Frosted Glass), the Sorenthia can be ordered with a 4-inch tubular Edison filament bulb (60 watts, Clear Glass), or a 5”-diameter Globe bulb (60 watts, Clear Glass).  Studio DUNN includes one set of light bulbs with each fixture; customers can choose from the three options listed above or can use their own E26 bulbs if they prefer.  Custom drop lengths can be supplied.  www.studiodunn.com


 Pendant Lights-De Wulff  Table Lamps-Aram Goldtone-Rock-Table-Lamp

A Unique Armadillo: Los Angeles designer James de Wulf recently introduced two hanging fixtures: the Armadillo pendant and the Armadillo chandelier. Both are made from solid brass and have slats that direct the light downward and interlock to hide the light source. “I wanted something with organic proportions that didn’t follow a stiff mathematical pattern,” de Wulf explains. “These are two very eye-catching pieces that will age beautifully.” The pendant measures 7” x 7” x 19” and the chandelier is 14” x 14” x 38”.  www.jamesdwulf.com

Sculptural Statement: The 26.25”-high Meteorite table lamp in a Black Nickelplate finish is one of the new table lamps by American designer Michael Aram that celebrate the artist’s appreciation for the intricacies found in nature. Drawing from his background as a sculptor, each piece is a hand-crafted interpretation of natural life.  The lighting collection – initially comprised of 15 pieces – debuted this fall. Michael Aram. www.michaelaram.com


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