Design Field Notes

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Design Field Notes

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Introducing New Timothy Oulton Lighting

The hype surrounding the launch of Timothy Oulton’s new collections at Coco Republic recently has not gone without special attention to the incredible new lighting pieces introduced.

A favourite with the media and interior designers alike – the new Timothy Oulton lighting range features 6 new unforgettable designs that add incredible detail and personality to the new room sets.

The Faraday pendant light, a bold combination of raw perforated steel surrounded by a smooth glass cloche, nested inside a raw metal cage, pays homage to physics experiments of refracted light.  From the same Adventurer collection, the Starlet Mirror Floor Light is a true standout also – an antiqued mirror finish with dimly lit bulbs that adds nostalgia to a space.

One of the most talked about pendants, from the new Coastal Drift collection, is the Phylum – an elegantly simple hand blown glass design that perfectly blends with a classically designed home or a contemporary one.  Available in three sizes, it looks great styled in a stagger cluster.

One of my personal favourites, the striking Zig Zag lighting collection features delicate spheres of optical grade glass hung off a metal skeleton, forming an almost kaleidoscope like pattern when looking through the light.

Of the same Age of Elegance range, the Rex Collection is constructed from the same stunning, optical glass as the Timothy Oulton Odeon styles, and is a fresh take on deco design that can suit an elegant or industrial home.

And lastly, a real show-stopper – the Atom lighting range.  Inspired by the big bang theory and loosely based on the design of an atom, this eye catching range comes in a oversized chandelier, and two sphere style table lights that look great sitting on the floor, atop cupboards – or anywhere really!

Take a look below, can you pick a favourite?

Beth F