Moregeous Blog Diary: Design Interiors 2013 New & exciting lighting inspiration

Emerald Faerie lights
Emerald Faerie chandeliers 

I din’t really notice until I uploaded all my images from Interiors UK 2013, but the general gist of the lighting I loved was most definitely moody, brooding and mysterious. They’re all by exciting and talented independent designers – beautifully crafted and unusually designed, often using ethically sourced materials.

Enjoy 🙂

Elsa Sandy lighting as part of the New Design Britain stand
Elsa Sandy lighting as part of the New Design Britain stand
Muscar Fluffy light by Lina Patsiou
Muscar Fluffy light by Lina Patsiou
Kurk light by Craig Foster on the Designersblock stand
Kurk light by Craig Foster on the Designersblock stand
Utrem Lux lighting by DeGross in the Designerblock area
Utrem Lux lighting by DeGross in the Designerblock area
Studio Jon Male lighting in the Designersblock area
Studio Jon Male lighting

Yes, yes, I know this Plumen lamp isn’t new but I still love it and this display looked wicked!

Plumen lamps in Boskke Sky Planters
Plumen lamps in Boskke Sky Planters

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  1. This post couldn’t have come at a more perfect time as I’m currently looking for new lighting. I love the Utrem Lux lamps. It’s incredible that they are made from reused glass bottles. A friend’s Grandfather made something similar with old copper pipes and other recycled materials and it looks very steampunk and stylish. I’d love it in an industrial-style loft.

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