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houseof launches 2020 lighting collection

houseof launched last year to rave reviews, now releasing its second collection which includes a new bathroom lighting range.

02/06/2020 1 min read

New shapes, colours and textures create an extensive story for houseof. Shapes are geometric, daring and striking with a big nod to mid-century modern architectural design. Clean lines, surfaces, shapes and angles are the main feature of the brand’s lighting designs, combining simplicity with bold shapes and colours.

Colours in the new collection are fresh and directional, jumping from the catwalks to interiors with sea green and lilac leading the palette. The colourful lighting adds pops of colours to living and work spaces, reflecting the brand’s philosophy of encouraging people to be brave and choose colour when it comes to designing their lighting schemes.

The 2020 designs include a candy coloured chandelier, a standout floor lamp that merges art deco with brutalism, and a flush statement ceiling light that features opal glass shades that form an inverted arch.

A modern statement can be achieved with the curve shaped chandeliers and wall lights that are fun and functional at the same time. The collection also includes elegant ‘drop’ cluster lights which are well-matched to tight spaces and high ceilings.

Introducing bathroom lighting

An important focus for houseof for this year’s collection was putting their design signature on a range of bathroom lighting. The range includes an angled ceiling light, a flush ceiling light and a corner light, all with a strong design edge and well suited to hospitality and living environments. The lighting is available in charcoal and brass.

The houseof 2020 collection will be available from June 2020

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