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Tom Dixon is a British design and manufacturing company of lighting and furniture. With a commitment to innovation and a mission to revive the British furniture industry, the brand is inspired by our nation’s unique heritage. Tom Dixon launches new collections annually with products sold more than 60 countries.
Tom Dixon's Mirror Ball, Beat Light, Etch,and Copper Shade are all becoming classic Tom Dixon products Internationally.
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Tom Dixon Cluster Inspiration
5 December 2014
One of the simplest ways to create a striking effect in your environment is with clustered lighting. Here is a collection of inspiration by Tom Dixon to start you thinking about how to create your own cluster of lights.
The Tom Dixon Bronze Copper gives a gorgeous double colour effect which is emphasized when the pendants are clustered together.
The Tom Dixon Void is a perfect light to be clustered using the Tom Dixon pendant systems to create interesting shaped lighting for over dining tables.
Cluster lighting be a hung simply to create a stylish statement for a bar as seen with these Tom Dixon Etch pendants.
For a truly stunningly dramatic statement the same type of light can be clustered in large quantities to give the illusion of one large light as seen with the Tom Dixon Tall Cell Pendants.
Tom Dixon Lighting has various styles of a light within one collection which can easily be clustered together. The photo above shows how this can be done to create various zones within one room with the Tom Dixon Beat Lights and the Tom Dixon Lustre Lights.
Clustering lights can done simply just by using a handle of the same light in the same area. The photo above shows nine Tom Dixon Beat Wide in black and brass that have all been suspensed at the same height to create a stunning lighting fixture.
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