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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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Tags: AXO Light, canopy, Collection, Floor lamp, Interior design, Melting Pot, multiple patterns, patterns, pendant, premium lighting

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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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Tags: 60 years, interior design, Louis Poulsen, pendant lights, PH, PH5, PH Artichoke, PH Collection, PH Snowball, Poul Henningsen, premium lighting

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