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1 June 2018 Permalink

Tom Dixon


Tom Dixon


Black, Blue and Smoke


As a family business here at David Village Lighting we are always excited about new lighting families, especially when the latest colour trends are incorporated.


Tom Dixon are right up to the minute with their latest collections.


Expanding on some of their best selling ranges, they have introduced three new colour ways; black, blue and smoke.


 Tom Dixon


Inspired by the 60s theme that brought the Mirror Ball into existence, the crisp, vivid blue finish was taken from the pop art movement and their unapologetic use of colour.  


Collections Bell and Copper are now available in this dynamic and refreshing new finish. Chosen because of their futuristic design the bold blue compliments the iconic silhouettes perfectly.


Tom Dixon


Glossy black is often a designer’s favourite finish; it’s sleek, modern and can fits easily into a variation of interior styles.


Popularly used in Japanese furniture design and Bauhaus interiors, the glossy black Bell table is an easy way of adding a stylish feature into your home.


Tom Dixon


To compliment the existing collection of Melt pendant lights, a new smoke colour has been added to the gold, copper and chrome finishes.


The moody yet stylish smokey finish is an increasingly popular choice for contemporary homes. As smoke is not quite as harsh or dark as black, it’s a more versatile feature which adds an edgy style.


Click here to view the whole Tom Dixon range!


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Tags: Bell, Black, Blue, David Village Lighting, Designer Lighting, Interior Design, Mirror Ball, Smoke, Tom Dixon, Tom Dixon.

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22 September 2016 Permalink

Moooi


The Smoke collection was designed in 2002 by Dutch designer Maarten Baas, the same year in which he graduated from the DesignAcademy, Eindhoven. Originally from Arnsberg in Germany, Baas treats the torched furniture with a coating turning them back into beautiful useable pieces.


The intriguing burnt wood texture has seen Smoke being hailed an iconic collection of modern design by museums, critics and collectors, with it now being a permanent feature in some of the most influential museums around the world.


Each piece is individually burnt with a varying degree of heat causing it to have a unique design.


To view the Smoke collection online click here!


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Tags: Maarten Baas, Moooi, Smoke

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