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17 April 2019 Permalink

Easter Bank Holiday Weekend!


David Village Lighting would like to welcome you to our newly renovated Showroom based in Broomhill Sheffield this Easter weekend. With over 20 designer brands on display, we have one of the most comprehensive collections available to view in the UK!


The David Village Lighting showroom is open Saturday 20th April 10 am - 4 pm.
We are closed on Friday 19th & Monday 22nd April for the bank holiday.
We will resume regular working hours Tuesday 23rd onwards.


Please feel free to pay us a visit and see where to find us.


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We look forward to meeting you!


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Tags: David Village Lighting, Easter Bank Holiday, Interior design, Sheffield, Showroom

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5 April 2019 Permalink

Now available at David Village Lighting: New exciting designs and cutting edge technology from Tom Dixon.


Last month, the team at David Village Lighting explored exciting new exhibits at the Stockholm Furniture & Lighting Fair (a fantastic annual event showcasing the latest creations and design ideas from the biggest brands in the industry). Here we saw the inspired work of Tom Dixon, the London based design studio.


Usually, when we think of Tom Dixon, we think of cleverly metalized plastics used to produce a futuristic take on a slightly retro-inspired design such as with the Mirror Ball and Copper Round pendants. At this year’s exhibition, however, we were welcomed by a new style of Tom Dixon lighting: minimalistic, contemporary with cutting edge integral LED technology.


The new Opal collection caught our attention:


Tom Dixon Opal Collection


Without the effect of high shine metallic finishes, the Opal collection is a surprising move away from the brand’s iconic metallic look. The collection maintains the brand’s retro design and use of the versatile material polycarbonate but with a pleasantly unexpected finish: the polycarbonate spheres have been specifically developed to create the opalescent effect of glass. The pendants are striking but subtle in their presence, and the floor lamps are grand with their unique structures elevating the opalescent spherical feature to another level.


New Integral technology:


Of particular interest to us at David Village Lighting are Tom Dixon’s developments in the integral LED technology of their new products. Tom Dixon have worked hard with their German Engineering partners to produce a brilliant integral LED light source, comprising of a ring of 30 LEDs for even light distribution. The compact nature of the light source allows Tom Dixon to use this in a multitude of their existing designs and newly developed ones. Not only does the LED ‘ring’ have a long lifetime of approximately 50,000 hours, it can also be repaired once the LED fails.


Another new collection - Spring pendants:


Tom Dixon Spring Pendants


The Spring pendants share the clever LED technology which lays within the Opal light range. For this design Tom Dixon revert back to a metallic style, yet instead of mimicking the look of metal with a mirrored finish on polycarbonate, the Spring pendants actually are metal and are made from stainless steel strips. One of the benefits of Tom Dixon’s usual use of plastics is that the products are always very light. However, this benefit is not lost with the new Spring pendants: although they are made from steel, the thin ribbons create a lightweight mesh. There are three sizes of pendant within this range and even as the pendant gets significantly larger in size, it does not feel intrusive due to the airy spaces between the metal strips.


The design has been likened to a spirograph, a flying saucer and even a pumpkin. The form of the shade is designed much like that of a whisk, the strips of metal curve around the light source and meet at the bottom. This design also allows the user to adjust the body into a shape which suits them.


From what our team saw at the Stockholm show, a new type of Tom Dixon product is emerging: delving into new materials, refining their style and introducing cutting edge integral LED technology. Both new ranges, the Opal collection and Spring pendants, are now available to order from our website.


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Tags: Euroluce, Interior Design, Lighting, Milan, Tom Dixon, Tom Dixon Studio

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15 March 2019 Permalink




 David Village Lighting introduces Louis Poulsen’s stunning new finishes in the PH range. PH5 and PH Artichoke are amongst Henningsen’s most renowned designs for Louis Poulsen. To commemorate 125 years since the designer’s birth, these designs receive a new precious metallic finish. PH5 & PH5 mini are available in a polished brass finish and the PH Artichoke in a copper rose finish.


At David Village Lighting we value brands with rich history and inspirational thinkers such as designer Poul Henningsen. 


We are proud to display a variety of lighting from Louis Poulsen in our new showroom; we think you will love them as much as we do!


Louis Poulsen Poul Henningsen


Iconic Danish designer Poul Henningsen began a lifelong collaboration with Louis Poulsen in 1924. Henningsen was known to be an unconventional thinker and had a rebellious streak which he applied to his designs and philosophies. His lighting was based entirely around the ‘human experience’, moving away from the traditional concept of making items to only please aesthetically. If Henningsen’s lighting designs looked ‘beautiful’ then it was just a coincidental by-product!


The PH collection was named after Poul Henningsen, all of the designs followed his values of creating glare-free light which is atmospheric and enjoyable.


Key elements within his designs were the lighting structure and how this affects the interplay of shadow and glare, combined with colour reproduction. Poul Henningsen created and shaped light.


Louis Poulsen PH5 brass


To mark 125 years since the birth of its creator, and over 60 years since its initial release, PH5 and PH5 mini receive a polished brass central tier. The stunning warm toned brass elegantly reflects its surroundings, organic hues add a welcoming glow to contemporary spaces. The brass feature is a raw untreated material. Louis Poulsen wants to celebrate this changeable element by allowing the patina to develop, as a result of the material’s interaction with the surrounding environment. Over time the brass will take on deeper golden tones, showing that this design is a timeless classic which does not follow fleeting trends.


Louis Poulsen PH Artichoke


PH Artichoke came from a project called Langelinie Pavillonen, a stunning modernist building which overlooks the sea. Poul Henningsen was tasked with designing a light specifically for this space: in 1958 the PH Artichoke was born. The oversized design enables the light source to be hidden within layers of beautiful metallic leaves, producing evenly distributed and glare-free light. To counteract the cool tones within the Langelinie Pavillonen sea-side restaurant, Henningsen created the Artichoke with warm copper leaves and a rose finish inside to give an intimate ambience for its patrons. For the 125th anniversary, Louis Poulsen bring back this original colourway to celebrate the genius of Poul Henningsen.


Take a look at the timeless designs of Louis Poulsen and find your favourite…


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Tags: Design, Lighting, Louis Poulsen, Louis Poulsen PH5, PH Artichoke, Poul Henningsen

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12 March 2019 Permalink

David Village Lighting presents 3 Iconic Muuto Designs


At our new showroom in Sheffield, we’re pleased to be able to showcase Muuto’s stylish and highly versatile lighting range including three of their most iconic designs: Unfold, Under the Bell and E27 Pendant.


“New perspectives on Scandinavian design” - Based in Denmark, Muuto’s traditional outlook is characterized by functional, honest aesthetics and quality craftsmanship. The name Muuto comes from the Finnish word Muutos, meaning new perspectives. The Danish brand pride themselves on paving the way and using new cutting edge materials, techniques and bold creations with help from their handpicked design team. Muuto represents the best in Scandinavian design, sought after worldwide and provide a modern way of living.


At David Village Lighting we too value contemporary aesthetics and developing technologies to benefit the modern market. We admire Muuto for their versatility, creative design ideas and an unbeatable range of colours. Here we outline three of Muuto’s most popular lighting products:


Unfold Pendant:


Muuto Unfold


Inspired by industrial pendant lights, this quirky redesign is made from a silicon rubber material. This soft friendly aesthetic gives a more versatile look, blending in beautifully with residential and commercial interiors. A variety of fifteen colours to work with and more were added to follow the changing trends. Unfold is a popular and stylish design which stays current with its industrial edge and varied colour pallet.


Muuto E27 Pendant:


Muuto E27


Much like the Muuto Unfold, the E27 pendant is available in a variety of colours which get expanded upon with popular interior trends. The design is pure in form, consisting of a raw LED filament bulb and a soft rubber socket. The design is also inspired by industrial styles, its curved form and sympathetic material makes this a firm favourite for residential spaces.


Muuto Under the Bell:


Muuto Under the Bell


A unique and clever design by Iskos-Berlin for Muuto, Under the Bell, has seen extreme success, especially within the commercial sector. The Fibrous material and form enables absorption of sound and improves the overall acoustics in a room. Under the Bell ‘embraces and shelters’ people beneath it, creating an intimate and focused atmosphere. The ever-increasing popularity of the design has seen the release of a new smaller 55 cm size, making Under the Bell as versatile as ever.


Take a look at the Scandinavian chic designs of Muuto, welcome Nordic design and functionality into your space.


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Tags: Lighting, Muuto, Muuto E27, Muuto lighting, Muuto Under the Bell, Muuto Unfold, New Nordic, Scandinavian

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19 February 2019 Permalink

Most wanted of 2018.


At David Village Lighting we love to see what trends are forming and how it influences our customer’s purchases. Looking back through 2018, we can see clear favourites from our brand’s collections. We thought you might be interested in finding out the most desirable designs from the past year.


Flos 2097 suspension:


Flos 2097


Designed by Gino Sarfatti for Flos, in 1958.


Inspired by traditional chandeliers comprising of a central structure with multiple arms, Sarfatti applied his modern thinking to create the ever-popular 2097. The exposed electrical cables give an industrial feel. Combined with a polished chrome or brass finish, the overall effect is contemporary and stylish.


Kartell Masters Chairs:


Kartell Masters by Philippe Stark


Designed by Philippe Stark with Eugeni Quitllet for Kartell, in 2010.


Three design icons were re-imagined and re-interpreted by the creative mind of Stark to create one truly unique ‘Masters’ chair. This design pays tribute to the Series 7 chair by Arne Jacobsen, Tulip Armchair by Eero Saarinen and the Eiffel chair by Charles Eames.  


Artemide Dioscuri:


Artemide Dioscuri


Designed by Michele de Lucchi for Artemide, in 1999.


A stunning piece of Italian design and craftsmanship by the iconic De Lucchi, a stylish but highly versatile lighting feature. The acid etched blown glass emits a soft diffused glow, available in 4 sizes allows for cluster installations or simple but effective illumination.


Anglepoise Original 1227 Mini wall light:


Anglepoise Original 1227 Mini Wall lamp


An extension to the Anglepoise Original 1227 family released in 2015.


Originally created by George Carwardine in 1935, the mini collection has been scaled down by a third. The Mini range has seen such popularity through its versatility, subtle and stylish aesthetic. The Mini wall light, in particular, has been a best seller since its release offering task lighting but with a playful twist.


We look forward to seeing what 2019 holds, a range of new creative designs from existing brands and new collections to be discovered.


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Tags: 2018, Anglepoise, Artemide, Best sellers, designer lighting, Flos, interior design, Kartell, lighting

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12 February 2019 Permalink

3 reasons David Village Lighting love the Foscarini Twiggy floor lamp


1.    Foscarini Twiggy: a cleverly designed modern classic


Designed in 2006 by Marc Sadler, the Twiggy floor lamp became an instant classic. The inspiration for this iconic design? The flexibility of a fishing rod - evident in the slender yet sturdy stem of the Twiggy which allows for its impressive reach, created using cleverly concealed counterweights. The flexible stem sits on a slim flat base which makes it easy to slide under a sofa or table if required.


Foscarini Twiggy White


Perfect for both home and office, Twiggy adds both flair and functionality, providing direct overhead lighting without glare as its lamps are hidden behind a diffuser. Not just a downlight, a soft reflective glow is also emitted through the transparency of the upper disc.


Foscarini Twiggy in Red


   


2. Foscarini Twiggy’s adjustable height and reach


Twiggy’s height can be adjusted to three different levels by using the two counterweights which are disguised from view in the shade. Additional stem sets further extend its height and increase its reach from 170 – 200cm. Adjustable height and reach gives Twiggy versatility making it an ideal floor light in many different spaces: over a desk, dining table, bed, sofa or armchair.


Twiggy Floor Lamp with additional stem sets


“Create and define a personal space, a welcoming area, where you can relax and feel at home even if you are far away.” Carlo Urbinati, President of Foscarini.


Foscarini Twiggy


Foscarini Twiggy lounge area


The Twiggy floor lamp is available to view in our brand new showroom: David Village Lighting, The Old Cinema, 5-13 Ashgate Road, Broomhill, Sheffield, S10 3BZ.


 


3.  Twice as Twiggy


In the world of the Twiggy, bigger is always better! In 2015, the thin, flexible feature of the original Twiggy became “oversized” in Twice as Twiggy, a floor lamp designed for large spaces, without foregoing lightness. Twice as Twiggy is a perfect addition, as a statement piece, in a large commercial space or design studio.


Foscarini Twice as Twiggy vs original Twiggy floor lamp“Twice as Twiggy is a colossal version of the floor lamp Twiggy, designed by Marc Sadler: an iconic piece and a space-defining lighting object,”  Carlo Urbinati, President of Foscarini.


 


As part of New York City’s Design Week, Foscarini used their Twice as Twiggy floor lamp in their aptly named photography project: ‘Twice Light’. The project, captured by photographer Gianluca Vassallo, invited New Yorkers, two strangers, to meet together on the street under a Foscarini Twice as Twiggy.


Foscarini 'Twice Light' photography project


“Under the overarching presence and warm glow of Twice as Twiggy, people were enveloped within its magical cone of light and, like thrown in a new dimension, they had the possibility to create an intimate and private zone even in a public and hectic space as the City of New York” Carlo Urbinati, President of Foscarini.


 


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31 January 2019 Permalink

Tom Dixon: The bestsellers of 2018/19


Formed in 2002, the talented and untrained designer Tom Dixon created a brand under his own name to research and develop his industrial lighting & furniture designs. Some of Tom Dixon’s bestselling items are his earlier and most iconic pieces.


The Beat light collection was released in 2006 and has been a firm favourite amongst interior designers, architects and enthusiasts ever since.



“I was involved in an initiative in Jaipur to create alternative possibilities for the rapidly vanishing craftsmen and their skills, and the Beat Light was born from that project” - Tom Dixon. Created and inspired by the traditional brass work of the Northern Indian craftsman of Moradabad, Tom Dixon introduced these skills into his own collection. The Beat lights feature elements such as spun, braised and beaten brass, all formed by hand to make each pendant unique.


Available in four shapes: stout, tall, fat and wide, as well as four colourways.


Tom Dixon Beat Lights


The Variety in size and colour makes for a dynamic and personal display of Beat lights, ideal in a linear formation over a dining table, or as a cluster over a kitchen island.


Tom Dixon Beat Lights


The Beat family has grown over the years due to its huge popularity, expanding to table, wall and floor lamps.


Tom Dixon Beat Collection


Making technological advancements into vacuum metallisation creates new possibilities, giving life to Tom Dixon’s vastly popular Melt pendant.


In 2015, Milan’s Salone del Mobile exhibition saw an exciting array of new and experimental lighting designs, Melt was the star! During the exhibition Tom Dixon even performed with his band under a glowing canopy of Melt pendants.


Tom Dixon Melt lights


Melt resembles two pendants by Tom Dixon (Mirror ball & Copper round) which have been melted to produce this new unique design. The Melt pendants take on a warped effect in the vacuum process, a key feature being the opaque metal finish when not illuminated, then glowing transparency when lit.


Tom Dixon Melt lights


Tom Dixon’s Melt light makes the perfect cluster feature due to its irregular shape, staggering the small and large size at varied heights has a very engaging effect.


Tom Dixon Melt lights


As we settle into 2019, we look forward to seeing the ever-changing trends and up-coming inventions from the creative mind of Tom Dixon. Shop Tom Dixon’s best selling lighting and keep an eye out for more exciting releases on the David Village Lighting website.


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Tags: Designer, Interior Design, Lighting, Tom Dixon, Tom Dixon Beat lights, Tom Dixon lighting

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19 December 2018 Permalink


Christmas office closures:


Saturday 22nd December - Tuesday 1st January.
(Reopening Wednesday 2nd January.)


Deliveries will not be shipped out during this period. All deliveries not sent before this time will begin shipping out from January 2nd.  


 


Showroom Closed, due to open late January (TBC).


Thank you to everyone who has helped us have one of our most successful years yet. See you in 2019 for even more exciting news and events!


 

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19 December 2018 Permalink

Winter 2018 Trend Report with David Village Lighting


With the nights drawing in and the temperature dropping, it’s clear to see that winter has truly settling in. And with a new season comes a new trend.  Here at David Village Lighting, we pride ourselves on being on top of trends and sharing with our customers our new favourite pieces. This season, with Christmas just around the corner, everyone is going crazy about Metallics. So, whether you are having a complete interior design make-over or adding just a few pieces to your collection, we have you covered.


Furniture:




1. Kartell Metallic Master Stools


2. Kartell Metallic Master Chairs


Table Lamps:




3. Kartell Metallic Battery Table Light


4. Prandina Metallic Gong T1 Table Lamp


5. Verpan Metallic Pantop Table Lamp


Pendants:



6. Kartell Fly Metallic Suspension 


7. Innermost Beads Octo Metallic Pendant 


8. Slamp Flora Metallic Suspension


9. Tom Dixon Copper 


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19 December 2018 Permalink

David Village Lighting: Spotlighting Original BTC’s bestselling collections.


When you create a popular design, the natural step would be to design a collection to suit every need, from table lamp to pendant. And there is no company that formulates better collections than Original BTC. Collections are ideal for aiding the search in finding the perfect piece for your modern space. Here at David Village Lighting, we have decided to take a look at Original BTC’s best selling collections. All designs are available in various sizes, style and colours, so there really is something for everyone.


The Fin collection showcases an eye-catching design, adding a warm enhancing glow to any interior space.




Made using bone china, the Fin collection holds equal elegance, combining a traditional design with a modern twist, creating a beautifully organic form that produces a stunning effect when lit. Due to it’s popularity and timeless design, the Fin has grown to a collection with over 10 different styles and varieties. And it’s clear to see why!


The Hatton is an entirely graceful collection using geometric shape in order to create a highly unique effect, even when not lit.




Using highly skilled and labour intensive processes, the Hatton collection transforms bone china into a multifaceted, gem-like form. Lovingly crafted, this collection has expanded to over 10 varieties and style, still maintaining it iconic look. When lit, the Hatton collection provides a warm, ambient glow and when switched off, the light has an angular sculptural beauty to it, making it a key feature to any room.


The Hector dome is a classic, sophisticated collection that has expanded its design, highlighting its undoubted popularity.




Transfiguring an iconic and influential British design, the Hector Dome marries style and function. Due to its shade material, the light is modified to create a warm, ambient glow. With 4 varieties available include table and wall lights and a complimentary collection called Hector Pleat putting a further twist on this design, the Hector is one that is here to stay! 


 


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Tags: Collections, Fin, Hatton, Interior design, Lighting, Original BTC, Popular design, Premium Lighting, Style, The Fin, The Hatton

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14 December 2018 Permalink

David Village Lighting: Creating a cosy living room ambience.


Sit down and relax....
Creating a calm, peaceful atmosphere in your living room is a vitally important aspect to designing the perfect home decor. Getting the perfect balance will result in a welcoming atmosphere for visitors, while also aiding in maximum relaxation when putting your feet up. Using our years of expertise and knowledge, here at David Village Lighting, we have hand-picked a selection of elegant pieces to suit any modern living room interior. 



This Marset Dipping Table Lamp uses multiple colours to create a versatile mystical effect, making it ideal for those who want to create a highly unique ambience in their living room.




This exciting little Dipping Table Lamp from Marset is not just for your standard living room. Featuring multiple shades of coloured glass, this sphere table lamp creates an eye-catching, beautiful effect when turned off, and when turned on, the different shades shift the light, creating a magical, unique effect. Designed by Jordi Canudas, this elegant feature will transform any living room into a hot talking point. Available in a variety of colour, this table lamp can easily be integrated into any existing décor.


Muuto Cosy is excellent addition to any modern living space, full of character yet still minimalist, making it highly suited to match any décor or theme.



The jewel of your living room, this Cosy table lamp is a gorgeous addition to any home. Lovingly crafted by Harri Koskinen for Muuto, this light has personality and flare. With a dimmable feature, adjusting the room to fit any mood will never be a struggle again.


Due to its vibrant and unconventional design, this stunning little Blom Table Lamp might be small in statue but will certainly pack a punch, making it ideal for those who want something compact, yet distinctive.




These super fun Blom Table Lamps from Fontana Arte are the ideal addition to a living room with limited space. Small and portable, these cute little table lamps are suitable for any occasion and purpose. Inspired by the petal shapes of a flower, the Blom will brighten up any room due to it bright and bold colour options.


 



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13 December 2018 Permalink

David Village Lighting’s collection of the month: Melting Pot by Axo Light


During the month, we have been adding lots of new and exciting products onto our website. And one collection we are particularly excited about is the Melting Pot collection from Axo Light. With an eye-catching, sophisticated pattern design (in both dark and light shades) on the exterior, and with gold and chrome interiors available, this elegant collection will add refined, tasteful effect to any contemporary space. And with a variety of sizes and styles to choose from, we are sure there will be something for everyone.


 So, here at David Village Lighting, we thought we would spotlight some of our favourite pieces for you. This is one not to miss!


This impressive floor lamp takes on different appearances when viewed from different angles due to its stylish decorative lampshade pattern.



Check out this stunning floor lamp, available in 2 sizes. This distinguished piece will be a welcome addition to any interior space, especially in living rooms and areas of required comfort. This piece will surely add an eye-catching effect to the room, while also complimenting existing interior design.


Oozing elegance and style, this highly unique canopy pendant piece incorporates a traditional conical design with a contemporary twist to create a glorious effect.




This gorgeous large melting pot canopy pendant is for those who want to make a lasting impression. Graceful in appearance and manner, this stunning piece is undoubtedly a show-stopper, updating a traditional conical shape by incorporating various patterns. The unique design and shape of the canopy light changes when you view it from different directions, making this retro, yet modern piece, ideal for illuminating tables and rooms with high ceiling due to its size.


Combining 4 different aesthetically pleasing lampshades to create an astounding illusion, the Melting pot XL pendant is truly inspirational piece of interior lighting.



Taking a modern twist on previous designs that have clustered together pendant lights, the Melting Pot XL pendant is a marvellous piece from Axo Light. 4 different design patterns have been merged to create a single piece, giving the viewer a different perspective of the light depending on where they are standing. Due to its length, this piece would make a fantastic addition to a long dining table or on top of a kitchen counter, yet would equally suit commercial settings, such as hotels and restaurants. Wherever it is placed, the light will surely be a hot talking point!


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30 November 2018 Permalink

Modoluce - David Village Lighting’s best kept secret 


It’s been over a year since we introduced the Italian brand Modoluce onto our website and we are delighted by the quality of the products and designs we have received. As Modoluce is a new brand here at David Village Lighting, we want to spotlight this amazing, up-and-coming brand with our customers by sharing some of their best selling products. Modoluce is absolutely a brand to watch!


Ideal for commercial spaces, the Modoluce Discovalante is an eye-catching, yet professional piece to add to any communal area.



The Discovalante is a bestseller for Modoluce and you can see why! This highly versatile suspension light is a piece that is highly suited to corporate spaces. The light is dimmable, allowing this piece to easy fit into any contemporary interior, while also providing a changeable atmosphere. Embellished with a fabric belt, the Discovalante features functionality and beauty. Available in 2 sizes.


The Modoluce Orb is a highly versatile piece, using traditional designs with a modern twist.



With the choice of a single suspension or a cluster composition, the Modoluce Orb is a modern take on a traditional design. The Orb comes with a globe diffuser in smoked PMMA and with a painted metal structure. 5 colours are available, highlighting the versatile nature of this pendant light.  


Icaro Ball is a unique and playful design, an eye-catching piece for any modern space.




The Modoluce Icaro Ball is another best selling product from Modoluce, and we can clearly see why. This suspension light is like nothing seen before, with the light source being encased by painted steel wires. Its shape is emphasised through light, which is diffused evenly and delicately. The Icaro ball is dimmable and uses a Halogen 70W to create a warm, glowing atmosphere. Choose from 3 sizes, suitable to exterior use.


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Tags: Discovalante, Icaro, Icaro Ball, Interior design, Modoluce, Orb, Pendant, Suspension

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28 November 2018 Permalink

Choose Anglepoise to create the perfect gift for someone special.


 


The team at David Village Lighting have compiled a list of the best gift ideas for someone special this Christmas. Selecting items from Anglepoise that are a variety of different price ranges and different styles, we have created a gift guide that will surely have something for everyone.


Under £100 – Anglepoise Original 1227 Fixed Mini Table Lamp (£97.50) – perfect for all




Reduced down to two thirds of the Original iconic lights size, the Anglepoise 1227 fixed mini table lamp is perfect for smaller spaces. This is a playful, versatile, contemporary version of the iconic and beloved, a quintessentially British, Anglepoise design, but on a smaller scale. Available in a selection of stunning colours, including dusty pinks (making it great for a dressing table) or a linen white (which is guaranteed to match any setting). Whoever you select this for, they will surely find a place for it.


 


£100-£200 – Margaret Howell collection (£160) – perfect for the trendsetter




Brighten up someone’s day with this colourful collection from esteemed British designer Margaret Howell. These fun, colourful table lamps use fashionable hues to create an eye-catching piece. Margaret has created a collection that aligns with the design qualities of her clothing brand; simplicity, functionality, authenticity and timelessness. With the choice of 3 stylish quirky colours, making your mind up as to which to colour to choose will be a tricky task! This would make a perfect gift for fashionista’s or those who take an unconventional approach to interior design.


 


£200 + - Anglepoise Type 1228 Floor Lamp (£245) – perfect for reading




For something a little bit different, the Anglepoise 1228 Floor lamp will introduce a vibrant pop of colour to any interior design.  With a highly flexible shade and an extra long reach, this is the perfect gift for someone who loves reading. When not used for task lighting, tilting the shade will disperse the light to create a warm, ambient glow. With 3 vibrant colour options, this floor lamp will make sure that your present has a lasting impact on your chosen person’s interior.


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27 November 2018 Permalink

Celebrating 60 years of the PH collection


Here at David Village Lighting, we are celebrating 6 decades of the iconic Louis Poulsen collection by taking a look at some of their most memorable pieces. Imagined by the legendary Poul Henningsen, this classic collection was a groundbreaking step in technological innovation. With that, let’s take a walk down memory lane and commemorate the history of the PH collection.


The infamous PH5 is a highly popular collection, available in a variety of shades and sizes, making it easy to integrate into any setting.



 


One of most notable and popular piece from Louis Poulsen, the world of premium lighting was changed when the PH5 was imagined. Whether turned on or off, this pendant light interacts seamlessly with a variety of interiors, creating a visually stunning, engaging, unified focal point. Due to its popularity, Louis Poulsen has designed the infamous mini and various colours hues. This allows the PH5 to be entirely transferrable into any interior.


 


Snowball is a popular eye-catching piece with an artistic flare, ideal for any contemporary modern space.



One of their very original designs was the PH Snowball, which is an eye-catching artistic piece that maintains its modernist, minimalistic chic that made it so iconic. This collection is so memorable that it still continues to be a popular piece, even decades after its inception. This is mainly due to its unique shape, with 8 shades being mounted on 3 legs; a glossy top (creating sparkling light) and a matte underside (avoiding reflection).  The shape ensures all sides are illuminated, creating optimum, lighting performance but shielding inhabitants from any glare.


 


A favoured piece by many from Louis Poulsen, the PH Artichoke is an elegant piece, admired by many for decades.




Drawing attention with it’s organic form, the PH Artichoke was first designed for the Langelinie Pavilloen restaurant in Copenhagen, but was so popular it has quicklybecome a must have for any contemporary space. Oozing elegance and ambience, the PH Artichoke consists of 72 lovingly crafted “leaves” that protect the light source, redirecting the light to create a distinct, unique effect. The leaves, when both lit and unlit, create an elegant “ice look” that brings lightness to any space. Reflecting its extreme popularity, the range has been expanded to include a variety of sizes and colours.


 


Invest in your very own piece of Louis Poulsen history at David Village Lighting.


 


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23 November 2018 Permalink

 


David Village Lighting black friday


Take a browse through our website to receive up to a staggering 25% discount on all lighting and furniture brands!!!


Offers end Monday 26th November at midnight, don't miss out!


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23 November 2018 Permalink

David Village Lighting Presents: New in from Vibia


Ending 2018 in style, David Village Lighting brings you a selection of brand new collections from Vibia. Winning multiple awards and created by internationally renowned designers, these stylish, contemporary pieces will be a hot talking point for any visitors throughout the upcoming year, while also easily fitting into any modern space.


Reducing well-known forms into their simplest expression, Tempo is an award-winning collection that uses initiative LED technology to create an elegant, sophisticated effect.



Selected as winner of the 2018 Archiproducts Design Awards (ADA) for outstanding design in lighting, Tempo was inspired by lighting archetypes seen throughout history.  Designed by Barcelona-based studio Lievore Altherr, who was influenced by different culture and regions across the globe, Tempo is entirely simplistic, yet chic. Available in three designs in two sizes (all with their distinct look and feel), Vibia has created a collection entirely transferable to any modern day setting.


 


Duo is a versatile collection, combining a natural wood finish with a technological twist, to create a re-imagined design trend.



Duo is available in 5 different styles, as well as multiple colour options, making it ideal for a range of interior designs. Lovingly crafted by Ramos and Bassols, these dome shaped ceiling lights combines the organic warm appearance of wood with the technological refinement of metal. This results in a traditional – yet fashionable effect- and with so many options to choose from, Duo really can do it all!




Making a minimalistic statement, the Structural collection is an architectural eye-catching piece that is highly flexible to fit-in areas light would not normally occur.




Inspired by ancient primate architecture (such as caves), Arik Levy has created the Structural collection. Combining both indirect and direct LED light through cubic volumes that form sculptures integrated into the architecture of each space, this collection can be easily introduced into any space. And will be a hot talking point for guests as well.  Encased in a spare aluminium box and paired with thin metal rods that both reinforce and divide the geometric forms, it creates the appearance of points of light linked in space.Available for either a ceiling or a wall – and with multiple design to pick from – Structural has something for anyone. This highly versatile piece can be easily welcomed into either a historical or contemporary building.


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Tags: Archiproducts Design Awards, Arik Levy, Ceiling, David village lighting, Duo, Interior design, Lievore Altherr, Modern lighting, Pendant, Ramos and Bassols, Structural, Tempo, Vibia, wall

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19 November 2018 Permalink

New in by Luceplan at David Village Lighting.


Luceplan has released brand new collections for 2018, as always stretching the boundaries of modern design and creative functionality.  The themes of these new designs are timeless traditional pieces which are highly versatile, customisable and easily integrated into any contemporary space.


Soon to be a design classic, this timeless blown glass collection will complete any contemporary home.



Designed by David Dolchini, Lita is an elegant simple design, and with it being available in wall, pendant, ceiling and table versions, there is something for everyone in this collection. This design is highly versatile, making it easy to incorporate into a wide variety of modern spaces. With the diffuser being created from opaline blown glass and with the structure available in wooden or painted aluminium designs, this makes the Lita a timeless and memorable character.


A brand new design from Luceplan, the Farel has a minimalist feel with an industrial twist.



For the first time, Luceplan has introduced an iconic dome structure in the form of Farel. Designed by Diego Sferrazza, the Farel is created using sound-absorbing thermoformed material and outer fabric cladding, resulting in a robust, vintage style. With a variety of finishes, both internally and externally, this unique architectural structure can be customised to integrate into any room.


A new addition to the Compendium collection, the circle pendant emits harmony and diffused light for an eye-catching effect




Adding to their existing popular Compendium family, Luceplan have created the stylish, unique circle pendant. From the mind of Dabiel Rybakken, this geometric design exhibits poetic nature and harmony. Powered by LED’s, this pendant light emits direct emissions when angled downwards or diffused light when installed upwards, creating a highly customisable effect. This eye-catching piece is available in 3 variations of sizes, allowing you to create your own bespoke lighting design.


 


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19 November 2018 Permalink

Celebrate Tom Dixon this Christmas at David Village Lighting


With the Christmas season fast approaching, here at David Village Lighting, we have collated some of Tom Dixon’s hottest collections that will transform your home during this winter season.


The Copper pendant shade is an iconic interior design favourite, perfect for a wide variety of modern spaces. 





Looking like they have fallen straight off a Christmas tree, these elegant Copper pendant lights will brighten up the long nights with their warm metallic glow. Perfect for a traditionalist, these instantly recognisable iconic pieces by Tom Dixon, will leave any scrooge in high spirits.


Luxury metallic Melt pendant, a traditional design but with a contemporary twist.


 


Featuring luxurious metallic shades (bang on trend this winter season), these reflective Melt pendant lights mimic the shape of a traditional bauble, but with a modern, stylish twist. Add a festive kick with traditional copper red and gold shades, these highly unique jolly lights will spice up any room ready for December. These pendant lights are truly eye catching when hanging in clusters, allowing you to create your very own unique Christmas tree design.





The Void pendant light is an ideal metallic feature light for any season, bringing style and sophistication to any room. 





For those who want to keep on the trends but who doesn’t want their rooms to be turned into a grotto, these Void pendant lights are a staple this season. Adding only a nod to the festive season, these highly transferrable pendant lights will take any room from season-to-season.


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23 October 2018 Permalink

David Village Recommends: Bedroom Luminaires.


From our extensive selection of contemporary iconic lighting designs, we handpick our most suitable for the bedroom. 


Send yourself into a peaceful slumber…
Bedroom lighting is an important aspect of your personal space, get it right and your room will be transformed into an area of tranquillity.


Lightyears Night Owl


Lightyears Night Owl: £112.20


From our knowledge and experience, we know that the type of light you choose will have an impact on the feeling and mood of your space.


A diffused or indirect light source is ideal for the bedside to promote a relaxing atmosphere. There is no risk of glare or over-exposure, let your eyes re-adjust for the evening to set the tone for restful sleep or peaceful time for reflection. We would recommend lamps with frosted or opal glass diffusers, creating a soft glowing effect. In-direct light can be an effective design feature to create a good amount of light but shield the eyes from the unwanted brightness.


Flos IC Low table


Flos IC Low Table: £289.00


How much light is required for your contemporary space?


Choosing the amount of light you need: What do you realistically require the light for? Do you need a bit of extra light for basic tasks such as reading or do you purely use your space for rest? If you need a little versatility then a lamp with a dimmer function will suit perfectly.


Marset Dipping lamp


Marset Dipping Lamp: £192.98


Size and design must be taken into consideration to get the most out of your light. 


The third and final contributing factor to choosing a Bedroom light is size. Will this fit by your bedside? Is it a design feature or a subtle implement? Space can sometimes be an issue within the bedroom, to which many people turn to the wall light for a savvy solution.


Vibia Pin wall


Vibia Pin wall: £228.89


Here are some of our other favourite designs:


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       Menu Carrie                                    &Tradition Flowerpot                         Artemide Melampo


 


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Tags: Bedroom interior, Design, Flos, Fritz Hansen Lighting, Interior design, Lighting, Marset, Vibia

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9 October 2018 Permalink

Premium design destination: Ashgate Road, Broomhill.


Our extensive portfolio of authentic, contemporary lighting and furniture finds a new home in the heart of Sheffield's Broomhill.


(New showroom not yet open...coming soon).


As a reflection of the modern designs hosted within our brand portfolio, our new location's contemporary architecture is considered - from the external facade right through to what will be the largest contemporary lighting showroom in the UK.


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Our dedicated team are now providing support and services from our new Ashgate Road premises. Bigger and brighter open plan offices will provide us with the additional space needed for our teams to expand in the coming months - as we continue to evolve our services. 


David Village Lighting OfficeThe largest contemporary lighting showroom in the UK.


Due to open early winter, our new showroom will house a carefully curated selection of design icons from across the globe. We're taking time to create a space which is inspired and contemporary whilst reflecting the buildings original double-height industrial ceilings.


Clearance items from our old showroom are available to purchase online via our website here.




David Village Lighting ShowroomWe know from our extensive industry experience that timing is everything.


Our new premises provide us with the unique opportunity to hold larger quantities of your favourite brands and designs within our expansive on-site warehouse. 


Over the coming months, we will continue to increase our in-stock offerings on selected brands and products - with immediate dispatch available for projects with short deadlines. 


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11 September 2018 Permalink

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As we draw into the last few weeks of the build things are really starting to take shape. The carpets are all laid, walls all painted and lighting all fixed. Below we show you the last month of the build. Keep a look out on our blog for the final reveal of our new home.


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Lighting fitted in the new warehouse


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Lighting fitted in the new warehouse


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Showroom painted ready for brand areas to be created


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The main office starting to take shape


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Dinning area carpeted fitted ready for the lighting to be installed and furniture added


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3 September 2018 Permalink

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23 August 2018 Permalink

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Wastberg


The new refined Winkel


The new w127 Winkel is a developed version of Wastberg’s award winning and best selling task light originally introduced in 2012.


Wastberg


Wastberg have worked hard to refine some key areas of the lamp such as the mechanics, and operation and of course the light source.


 The w127 is the result of a collaboration between Wästberg, the Berlin-based designer Dirk Winkel and the Gemany-based chemical company BASF. They spent more than three years developing what they consider the most refined task light ever seen. 


The w127 winkel challenges the perception of plastic, going further than the norm, not only in terms of function and looks, but also in terms of the feel and tactility of the material. No second skin, no paint coat; the true, bold material in its pure form.


It is based on over 60% biologically sourced and recyclable material from the castor plant. This represents a step ahead by setting the course for producing independently of mineral oil based plastics.


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Tags: David Village Lighting, Designer Lighting, Interior Design, Lighting, Task light, W127, Wastberg, Winkel

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22 August 2018 Permalink

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Coelux


Established in 2009 CoeLux have created a unique lighting system which reproduces the true effect of natural sunlight entering through an opening in the integrated ceiling, with a realistic sun perceived at infinite distance surrounded by a clear deep blue sky.


Coelux


David Village Lighting is very excited to now be working with Coelux and bring you the experience of the sky. We are always looking to work with the latest technology and we love the CoeLux design so much we are installing an integrated panel into our new Broomhill, Sheffield showroom.


Coelux


The beautiful skylight look is achieved thanks to the comprehensive work carried on by an interdisciplinary team of researchers in the field of optical physics, numerical modelling, chemistry, material science, architecture and design.


CoeLux combines three key elements: the latest LED technology which reproduces the sunlight’s spectrum; a sophisticated optical system that creates the sensation of the distance between the sky and the sun; and nanostructured materials, only a few millimeters thick, which recreate the entire Rayleigh scattering process which occurs in the atmosphere.


“CoeLux lighting systems reproduce a virtual experience of the sun and sky; especially in a below-ground environment, the effect is so powerful that it may radically change our perception of reality. It allows us to rediscover natural light in the real world in a totally new and surprising way”.


Prof. Paolo Di Trapani, company founder and CEO


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Tags: Coelux, CoeLux, David Village Lighting, Designer Lighting, Interior design, Lighitng, New Brand, Skylight

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21 August 2018 Permalink

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A couple of months have now passed and our new building is really starting to take shape. All interior and exterior walls are now completed and have been plastered, painted and ready for the lighting to be installed. We are only a few weeks away from our moving date so keep your eyes peeled for the big reveal.


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Interior walls of the staff area plastered and ready for painting.


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The office painted and ready for the carpets to be laid and lighting to be installed.


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Stairs and banisters all in place on the warehouse mezzanine.


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The new showroom, 3 times the size of our current, plastered and ready for the under floor heating to be installed.


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The beginning of the new lobby area being built.


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 Under floor heating being fitted in the showroom.


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The new concrete floor being poured and left to cure in the showroom.


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The exterior walls formed and ready for signage.


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Tags: Big Move, David Village Lighting, Designer Lighting, Interior Design, Moving, New Showroom, Relocation

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10 August 2018 Permalink

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Porta Romana


This year Porta Romana is celebrating its 30th anniversary since starting life in 1988.  From the beginning their ambition has been to create beautiful and inspiring pieces that would be loved.


Porta Romana has evolved over the past three decades and they have become a leading global brand.


David Village Lighting has enjoyed working with Porta Romana for the last decade and seeing their beautifully unique styles and designs.


To celebrate their anniversary they have released a selection of new products and finishes and below are our favourites now available to order.


Porta Romana


Trinket Table


Fusing exquisite honeycombed glass with a brass accent, light reflects from each facet of this petite glass sphere table lamp.


Porta Romana


Mini Orbit Wall


Mini Orbit Wall Light mirrors the contemporary character of the Orbit collection. A mould blown, milk glass sphere, luminous when lit, sits within a sophisticated gold frame work.


Porta Romana


Large Weave Ceiling


A delicate interwoven lattice of metal work sets this ceiling mount apart from any other. Perfect for hallways and low ceilings Weave emits a sophisticated glow of light through a frosted perspex diffuser.


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Tags: Anniversary 30th, David Village Lighting, Designer Lighting, Interior Design, Lighting, New in, Porta Romana

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9 August 2018 Permalink

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Grok


Grok


Grok


Grok was created in 1998 and is a part of the LEDS-C4 group which has been designing and producing lights for interior and exterior design projects for over 4 decades. David Village Lighting has been working with Grok for many years on projects but we now introduce Grok to buy online as we think the range is also great for residential interiors.


Grok embodies a way of understanding and interacting with one another that is based on intuition and empathy.


Grok


When they were first established they made a commitment to create a contemporary product line that would decorate and build spaces through attractive design and they believe there is a light perfectly suited to each room, each activity and each individual.


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Tags: David Village Lighting, Designer Lighting, Grok, Interior Design, Lighting, Projects, Residential

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8 August 2018 Permalink

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This month’s edition of Elle Decoration is all about luxury redefined and how to incorporate it into your interior.


At David Village Lighting we are dedicated to finding our customers beautiful high quality pieces which will add a luxurious feel to their home.


Below are some of our pieces featured in September’s Elle decoration.


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1. Tom Dixom Beat    2. Gubi Semi      3. Original BTC Walter


4. &Tradition Formakami   5. Louis Poulsen Yuh   6. Flos IC


7. Gubi Beetle    8. Foscarini Twiggy    9. Flos IC   10. Artemide Demetra


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Tags: Artemide, David Village Lighting, Designer Lighting, Elle Decoration, Flos, Foscarini, Gubi, Interior Design, Lighting, Louis Poulsen, Original BTC, Tom Dixon, &Tradition

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3 August 2018 Permalink

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New Equatore collection from


Fontana Arte


At David Village Lighting we pride ourselves on supplying the best in modern lighting and we love it when a new release sees a classic design modernised.


The new Equatore collection by Fontana Arte is a contemporary reinterpretation of the classic lamp with a glass shade.


While the traditional Gabriele e Oscar Buratti design uses the shade to contain the light source the shade is suggestively empty.


Fontana Arte


The light is produced by the LEDs and thanks to internal screens arranged in layers, is distributed regularly across the surface of the discs, magically illuminating them.


The lower disk directs the light output downwards and the upper one illuminates the glass cap for a soft, diffused light.


The Equatore family includes a table, floor and suspension and is available in two finishes; a cooler version in grey with a dark chrome frame, and a warmer version with a transparent pink cap and a copper-coloured frame.


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Tags: David Village Lighting, Designer Lighting, Equatore, Fontana Arte, Interior Design, Lighting

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