That Christmas Mood

I’m really embracing this dark wintery mood as the short days make it inevitable that we spend more time without sunlight. Rather than fight it, as is always my first inclination, I’m welcoming the dark corners and candlelit evenings. With Christmas co…

Aura is Norway’s National Museum winner in new chair competition

“Aura is a beautiful chair that adds a seductive softness and elegance to the room where it will be used. In its design the chair has contours that point both back and forwards in time,” say Jasper Morrison who judged the competition of 10 Norwegian de…

How to stage your home to sell

*This post is sponsored by Travelers Insurance. All opinions are my own. Even if you’re not a pro at interior styling and design, if you’re about to sell your home it helps to learn a few tips about how to effectively “stage” your space in o…

Apothecary Inspiration for the Weekend

Wish my weekend was about to be this beautiful and relaxing but it won’t be as I will be working, attending recitals and prepping for my trip to Italy soon! For now I can dream of it being as spa-life as this scene from Frama’s apothecary collection.

Breathing Easier at Home

For all the functions of home, at the very least it should be a place of refuge, a place we go to escape the stresses from the day. After a busy day of work, commuting or whatever other activities keep you away, walking into your home should be like ta…

Inspired by Bestå

One of IKEA’s standard and most adaptable storage units is Bestå but it’s still surprising to see it being used here looking so chic and stylish! Photo via Livet Hemma.

Aesop’s New Oil Burner is a Functional Thing of Beauty For Your Home

Designed by Studio Henry Wilson for Australian brand Aesop, this oil burner is over 2 pounds of solid brass. The elegant and minimal shape is right in step with the brand’s aesthetic and has rendered a burner that will gracefully patina with time and u…

September’s Wishlist

It’s been a little while since I last gathered a wishlist so here are a few of the things I’ve been eyeing lately.Nude Superfine black socks / Lillian Tørlen Mould II vase / Nikari room divider / Ferm Living Arch candle holder / Togo sofa / Ali…

News: AMM x The Sleep Shirt

For the past many months I’ve been working on a secret project and I’m pleased, excited, thrilled to share it with you today! In partnership with The Sleep Shirt we have created a limited edition capsule collection for Fall! The collection includes a v…

3 Benefits of Laminate Flooring

When it comes to wood or tiled flooring, it can be hard to make a decision. Once you have eliminated hundreds of options to decide on the look you want, you may find yourself struggling to find the budget for your dream flooring. This is where laminate…

Make This Warm Huckleberry Galette

Where we live it is Huckleberry season, which means these sweet little berries are now available at Albertson’s on Broadway, who I have been working with on several tasty projects this summer. Huckleberries look quite similar to blueberries but their taste is more intense with more juice which makes these intensely delicious once baked as the juices release and mix with he sugar/flour mixture to make a syrup.
This is another simple and quick recipe that appears and tastes more labor intensive than it actually is! Check out the recipe below.


Ingredients:

pie crust (make your own or purchase one ready-made)
fresh Huckleberries, about 5 oz
3 fresh figs
2 tlb flour
2 tlb light brown sugar
1 tsp ground cinnamon
1/2 tsp ground cardamom
pinch of salt
zest from 1/2 lemon
1 egg, beaten
coarse sugar or honey for garnish

Directions:

Roll out your pie dough into a circle, approx 12″ wide. Rinse your Huckleberries and figs and drain. Mix your sugar, flour and spices together and gently toss your fresh berries in them. Now fill the center of your crust with the dusted berries and then top with quartered figs and lemon zest, being careful to leave about 1 1/2″ of dough to folding over the edges. Pleat your edges as you fold them up, brush edges with the beaten egg and then sprinkle with coarse sugar. Bake at 350ºF/176 C for 40 minutes. Once galette is removed a cooled slightly you can drizzle it with a bit of honey. Serve with fresh vanilla ice cream or mascarpone cheese!

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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Albertsons on Broadway. The opinions and text are all mine.

New Out of Sweden, Meet Aska

Aska is a new Swedish design studio founded by the couple Carolina Krupinska and Linus Kjellqvist. Carolina who was originally a graphic designer, and Linus Kjellqvist who worked as a digital manager, began with a curiosity in the industrial materials …

News From Menu

Beautiful new imagery and products from one of my favorite Danish brands, Menu.

A Quick Salsa Verde Recipe Using Local Hatch Chiles

Earlier this week I was invited to visit the New Albertson’s again to check out their Hatch Chile special, which I was glad to do because I love chiles! In the spring I planted some peppers and they are just now producing fruit which I can’t wait to use in more salsa soon.
Right now at the Albertson’s on Broadway however they are celebrating these amazing peppers and roasting them right on the spot. In honor of this I wanted to make a simple salsa verde to share with you that can be added to not only tacos but also over eggs, potatoes or used to garnish roasted chicken with.

You will need:
roasted Hatch Chiles (Albertson’s has both medium and hot varieties to choose from)
tomatillos
garlic
cilantro
lime wedges
jalapeno
red onion
salt

Begin by blistering the tomatillos on a grill pan along with garlic. Blend all ingredients together, I used approximately 8 tomatillos with 3 cloves of garlic, a thick slice of diced red onion, a handful of fresh cilantro, the juice of two limes, one large jalapeño and sea salt to taste. Total cook and prep time is approximately 30 minutes. Use immediately or let cool and store it overnight in the refrigerator to let the flavors infuse!



This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Albertsons on Broadway. The opinions and text are all mine.

A Wide Open Kitchen in Pistachio Green

In collaboration with Swedish fashion label Stylein, Nordiska Kök has created this open plan kitchen for the fashion label’s founder. Using the quintessential Scandinavian clean lines the space is composed in light ash, milestone countertops, pale gree…

A New Book, Share

A new book of photography had been released by Frama as part of a collaborative effort with The New Heroes & Pioneers. The book is called Share and features 50 pieces of artwork that explore design, projects and the work of Frama.

5 Tips for Moving in 30 days

*This post was created in collaboration with Travelers Insurance, all words are mine.It’s been a while since I have moved from one house to another, at least more than 2 or 3 years now. While it has been a couple of years, I don’t have much trouble rem…

A New Local Store Opens Today!

Last night I was invited to a pre-opening party for a brand new market opening in Boise, Albterson’s on Broadway. It’s Grand Opening is today but we were lucky enough to get a sneak peek at the new facility.
The event we attended offered a full view of the store which was pristinely stocked with most amazing foods! They offered samples in almost every department which included ramen, sushi, bulgogi and other unique burgers, pizzas, cheeses, cured meats, gelato, pastries, toasted handmade marshmallows, wine and beer!

The store is massive and the vast variety of food is astonishing, every area has many many different versions of any one type of food. I skimmed over the fresh produce and there were unique lettuces that I had never seen before, just one example of the wide range of products they carry.

In addition there was a loft with a full bar and seating with an outdoor balcony. There were more alcohol sampling here as well as grilled meats to try.


Also, their floral section is incredible. Again, the variety of fresh plants and exotic stems just floored me. I let with a wishlist of flowers I will have to go back for next week! They also offer delivery and different floral services.

If you’re in the area make sure to stop and see it for yourself, and be prepared to spend a chunk of time there taking in the full selection.

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Albertsons on Broadway. The opinions and text are all mine.

Bestå Gets a New Look with Norse Interiors

Seems that there isn’t anyone who doesn’t enjoy a good IKEA hack that’s probably easier than most you’ll find online. Without the need for tools or hardware, Norse Interiors offers a range of custom fronts and colors as well as cabinet knobs so you can…

Frama Releases the 9.5° Chair in Natural

Danish brand Frama has debuted a new version of their iconic 9.5° chair in a new, natural wood finish, exclusively available in their online store. 9.5° was designed by Rasmus B. Fex in 2014 and joined the Frama Permanent Collection the same year. Fex’…

A Kitchen Designed with Contrasting Materials

This kitchen from Nordiska Kök has all of the softness and warmth a space needs to feel personal and lived by using lots of unique details like wooden framed open shelving, a floating shelf and contrasted material in oak, limestone and steel. Styling: …

Japanese Inspired Stoneware

H&M has released a series of Japanese inspired stoneware that includes jars and pots. On the US site it seems most of the them are either sold out or so new that a purchasing is not an option yet.

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And in the same earthy tones, these bamboo trays and baskets are nice basic accessories for the kitchen or bathroom. Stylish storage for hand towels, soaps or food!

60 Years of the Spanish Chair

Hi blogosphere! I’ve been absent from the blog these last few weeks, partially because I took the kids on a mini vacation and prepping for it beforehand is almost as much work as the actual traveling. Now that I’m back I want to get caught up on some …

Sundling/Kickén’s Latest Project is an Example of More With Less

How is it Friday?! Excuse me while I have a mini panic attack how the fact that the week is already over! Ok, I’m good now.Not sure how this week has been for you but it has, obviously, felt seemed to have flown by for me. The blog didn’t get much love…

A Simple Way to Waste Less Paper Thanks to Who Gives A Crap

I’m glad that themes around reducing, recycling and sustainability are becoming more common stories on the blog. Initially it wasn’t intentionally to talk about this. However the more I have, at home and with the kids, tried to find ways to use less as…

Inspiration for Your Patio and a Grilling Giveaway!

The spacious deck above features simple vertical slatting that extends up the side of the building itself, giving a very unified look. When you think of summer, chances are you see yourself outside. Maybe you love having a meal with frie…

Earth Layers by Erik Jørgensen & Pernille Vest

The showroom of Erik Jørgensen at Bredgade 76, 1260 Copenhagen K has turns one year old this month. One the one year anniversary however they have opened their doors to share a new holistic experience with visitors that feels earthy yet artistic.The fo…

June Wishlist

It feels kind of crazy to type this but I’ve gathered my JUNE wishlist for you, and time is just flying by! With both kids home for the summer, truly my biggest wish is for a little peace and quiet throughout the day, but I’d also take any one of these…

An Arched Mirror

On Saturday I shared this corner of our living room with a new arched mirror. I received a lot of questions about where I found the mirror so I wanted to share with you on the blog as well. The arched mirror was found here and it’s a nice piece to add …

A Minimal Spa and Retreat That Features Archways and Plastered Walls

Willow Urban Retreat in Melbourne, Australia has all of the essential elements you could want in a relaxing spa environment. Pale, smooth walls, high ceilings and beautiful rounded archways throughout. The minimal design gives the visitor an immediate …

The OGK Chair is a Danish Classic and Also the Easiest Lounge Chair for Summer!

I’m sure at some point you’ve seen a photo of our OGK daybed, whether here on the blog or on my Instagram. If you’re a fan of this simple but beautiful daybed then you’ll probably be glad to know there is a chair version! Ok, maybe you already did know…

Enjoying the Summer Outdoors

I am participating in an influencer program on behalf of Claritin®.This program is paid for by the makers of Claritin® and I have received compensation for my participation. All opinions expressed are my own.We could not be happier that the frigid mont…

A Danish Brand to Watch

If you haven’t already heard of Klip Klap, this may be a brand you’ll want to keep an eye on. Their beginnings stem from a child’s foldable play mattress which was conceived in 2011 when owner Pia Lauritsen wanted to help her son develop motor skills. …

3 Tips to Achieve Soft Minimalism From This Quiet Home in Berlin

The bedroom overlooks the architect’s garden from the desk, framed by floor to ceiling curtain accented a Fritz Hansen desk lamp. Owner by a Spanish/Danish couple living in Berlin, this home has all the necessary elements to to achieve that soft minim…

A Light Filled Home in Copenhagen Styled With Warm Earth Tones

The home of designer Caroline Feiffer is bright, natural and sunlit home, full of geometric pattern that contrast the earthy tones throughout. Caroline lives in Copenhagen and designed her space to be a mix of old and new, style and form and most of al…

Mondays and To-Do Lists

You might have already seen this on my Instagram and morally I try to post different content to the blog & Insta but I thought I’d share here to as it’s nice to update the blog as frequently as possible. Our dining room right now with our Muuto dining…

A Day in the Life of Camilla Vest from Objects.NYC

Camilla Vest moved from Denmark to New York City with her husband in 1995 after starting her modeling career as the face in Guess, Revlon and J Crew campaigns. Now thought she is bridging the Atlantic Ocean to bring Scandinavian design to the US with O…

Have a Look at our New and Bigger Family Sofa!

If you didn’t already know, we are a family of four! Obviously that isn’t a large family but it’s still important to me that I make sure everyone has room enough around the house. Each of the kids have their own bedrooms and places to sit at the table …

My May Wishlist

Jonas Wagell has designed the Julep sofa for Tacchini which was inspired by the Avant-Hard furniture of the fifties. The sofa is distinct by its soft, enveloping shape and romantic allure. Skagerak’s Georg stool, designed by Chris Liljenberg Halstrøm, …

Where to Stay in Edinburgh for Design Lovers and Why You Should be Staying in a Home For Your Next Trip

As a family with two children we love renting homes when we travel. Some of the benefits of renting a home rather than staying in a hotel when you’re traveling with kids is that you can shop at the local markets and cook your own food. Most places come…

Norm Architects Creates a Seaside Home Inspired by Nature

Continuing to embrace dark interiors this week, this newly remodeled project contains dark features and natural colors to compliment its surroundings.

“Boasting all-natural, rich materials, the house gives you the feeling of being in the middle of nature while inside,” says Norm Architects who applied sand-colored walls and earth toned furnishings to an existing coastal home. The residence is situated along a rugged costal landscape in North Zealand, not too far from Copenhagen. Zealand is home to scenic lakes, forests and sandy beaches, which served as inspiration for the home’s interior colors.

“The existing architectural structure was well carried, functional and harmonious – therefore the project was a refurbishment and a challenging exercise to incorporate the wild nature outside on a refined level,” said interior architect Laura Bilde.

In order to keep the full height windows focused on the scenic grasses and deep blue water, restrained colors were used throughout as well as dark stained timber in the kitchen cabinetry, not dissimilar to another dark kitchen Norm designed. The living room’s gabled wall and used to construct a bunk beds in one of the bedrooms.

The earth toned interior palette is intended to give the occupants a feeling of being in nature even while inside.


Solid wood plinth table, similar to one made by Dry Studios, serves as a minimal bench in the corridor.


Cashmere wrapped pendant lighting from Artilleriet hangs above an antiqued timber dining table.

With minimal decor hanging tapestries like this one from Ferm Living, large ceramic pots and collected artwork from the owners’ travels, the overall feel is kept very minimal.

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Dark & Romantic, a Sophisticated Villa in Black

While bright and clean interiors will always draw me in, every so often I come across a darker but still minimal interior that almost persuades me to go over to the dark side. With flat black walls, black kitchen doors, concrete surfaces and deep dark …

A brick-walled home enclosing a secret garden

If you’re love gardening and/or houseplants, what would be better than a garden of green in the middle of your home? This residence in Melbourne, Australia has just that, a gland encases courtyard dividing the bedroom and living spaces of the home. Ritz&Ghougassian are the architects responsible for the design and extension, which include exposed concrete brickwork walls and eucalyptus-fronted joinery.








Photos by Tom Blachford.

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Conscious Cleaning at Home

I get really excited to find brands who are making an effort to make better use of our resources or consider their impact on the environment. As I’ve shared, myself and our family have been talking more and more about how our choices have an impact on the planet. As a parent I’m not only trying to inform and teach my kids about things like recycling and reducing but I’m also spending more time reflecting on my own decisions, you know, lead by example! Over time we find more and more ways to do more for the environment and although it’s not perfect, we’re heading in the right direction. So when I was asked to try out these cleaning supplies from Open Nature at home, of course I wanted to play a part to try them out and help share a common message about being more conscious about the products we use.

Open Nature™ household products are created to be safe for family members and your home. They use 100% recycled paper, which is wonderful since so much paper is wasted, in general. They also offer dye, fragrance and perfume free options, but are also powerful cleaners to wipe up household messes. 

My favorite of the items sent is the glass cleaner, which is scentless but still manages to remove all the kids’ fingerprints from the bathroom mirror and our shiny mirrored table in the living room. Most glass cleaners smell awful, either very perfumed or smell strongly of ammonia, so having this scent free option is basically pure magic!!


In case you’re wondering, Open Nature™ is easy to find as it is available in the family of Albertsons stores, so if you’re in the US, there should be one in your area.

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Albertsons Companies. The opinions and text are all mine.

Danish Architect Per Holland Bastrup’s Triangulo Chair, Now in Black Steel

Frama, who currently distributes this chair design from 1989, has just released the Triangulo chair in a new black finish. The chair, with a triangle seat and three legs can be used as any other ordinary chair would be or it can stand along as a piece …

My travel wishlist part I

I have been thinking a lot about getting away, about life on the beach, sun on my face, the wind in my hair. Honestly, I think about this constantly and not only recently! So, of course, I have a growing list of places to see and visit, stuff I want t…

10 pieces to create a beautiful outdoor space

One of the best parts of the warming weather is being outdoors. Planting flowers, grasses and even vegetables in our garden is one of my favorite ways to enjoy spring. Whether you have a small patio like me or a large yard with a big wooden deck, here …

New bookstands from Livrest

A new interior-focused Scandinavian brand called Livrest has arrived with a collection of walnut, cherry and black stained ash bookstands. All of the solid wood stands are handmade in Sweden with careful consideration to aesthetics and craftsmanship. L…

DE SMET is moving the fashion industry towards a more mindful future

Have you heard of DE SMET yet? If not, now’s your chance to become familiar with this beautifully minimal label with a conscious. I spoke with DE SMET’s owner and designer, Christina De Smet about sustainability and her tips for streamlining your close…

A simple memory box to document all your child’s firsts

These stylish and simple boxes allow parents to neatly keep small treasures and firsts in one, organized box. The box features little boxes, notebooks, and cotton bags to keep the memorabilia for the future and it entitled, “The Beginning of My Life”. …

Stockholm’s tiny, Michelin starred restaurant Agrikultur

With just 24 seats, it’s fair to call this Stockholm restaurant, Agrikultur, small. In a past life the space was home to a pizzeria until Joel Åhlin, co-owner and chef with Filip Fastén, commissioned designer Daniel Östman to create a space that makes …

Cecilie Manz creates kitchen with Reform

Danish industrial designer Cecilie Manz has created this new kitchen design in partnership with Reform, an oak and grey version. I love the subtle corner cut outs that eliminate the need for a handle!

H&M’s new home products encourage creating your own staycation

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Before I share what I think, I’m really curious to hear your thoughts on the new home products released by H&M. Rather than leave home for a feel of the tropics and bright colored palms H&M suggest a Staycation by filling your home with patterns in shades of bright green, leaves and nature-inspired prints cover bedding, table linens and bathroom textiles. All of this over a very warm backdrop of warm plaster walls, woven grass rugs and nut colored upholstery.

Personally I would not want bright green bedding and leaf covered tableware however I do like the general styling and architecture of the rooms. There are a few accents like this vape, rug and glasses that I would definitely buy!

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A new Swedish shop sells limited editions for those who want unique art in their homes!

The Ode To is a new shop out of Stockholm, founded by Helena Carlberg and Anna Lukins as a platform to provide people with an art source with a twist. Rather than the typical print shop that might sell large batches of prints (and you may end up seeing…

Tour the Danish home of Oliver Gustav

The home of Oliver Gustav is just as curated as his shop and designs and is reminiscent of Vilhelm Hammershøi’s paintings! His late 19th century home is filled with wonderful antique finds mixed with sculptural objects and modern forms which compose hi…

Rustic minimalism in the kitchen

Sounds a bit oxymoronic to say rustic and minimalism like this, as if they are at all compatible. However Nordiska Kök has proven they can go together quite seamlessly in a way that is true to both descriptions. A dark stained wood gives a rustic the k…

A new collection inspired by nature, ‘Pujo’ is the latest from Ferm Living

Consisting of a wall rack and a wall-mounted table the series offers sculptural hallway or storage furniture, this line for Ferm Living was designed by Studio Finna. The black stained ash and powder coated metal detail were inspired by a love for natu…

This beautiful kitchen is a clean slate

A move-in-ready kitchen designed by Lotta Agaton with marble surfaces and a gold sink + faucet! I imagine a Gubi Moon dining table in front of the kitchen island!

A new bed for Elin

Our little girl is becoming not-so-little anymore! I’m about to sound like every parent who ever lived but it really does feel like she was just a baby. Her toddler period flew by and even though we moved her from a crib to a toddler bed (you can see i…

5 fresh bags for Spring

Spring is definitely on its way and I’m thinking about getting a fresh, new bag. Here are 5 unique options that I’ve been looking at. And my oh my, is that Mother of Pearl Gaia bag calling my name!!1. Samuji Vasella bag 2. Miniaudiére raffia bag 3. Cul…

The incredible gold kitchen of fashion designer, Stine Goya

Danish fashion designer extraordinaire, Stine Goya, whose clothing line is also her namesake, shares a view of her glamorous kitchen designed by the wonderful Reform. I love the tone on tone with the walls painted in a golden hue to accentuate the met…

6 design pieces for a functional kitchen

We all like pretty things but what’s the purpose of a beautiful piece if it doesn’t also serve a purpose? A place holder? I guess that is a purpose too but when it comes to the kitchen, and my own kitchen, everything needs to be useful or there is no r…

A minimal kitchen in shades of grey

This kitchen in a Swedish flat has been finished in multiple shades of grey. The worktop, upper cabinets, lowers and steel appliances give multifaceted shades of this cool neutral and keep it interesting while monochrome. I also love super sleek storag…

Meet Bicolter, the Spanish design studio collaborating with Skagerak

I’m so pleased to be interviewing you two as I own, very recently, one of your own designs, the Building Table for Skagerak (pictured below)! The wood and clean lines feels very Danish but Bicolter is a Spanish team. How do your Spanish roots influence…

Sustainable magnetic toys for the little builder

Minimalism is a common theme across my blog, sharing lifestyle ideas that lean towards a more minimal perspective has been one of my focal points over the years. The way minimalism can benefit your style, your home, your recipes and even with children …

Wellness and my favorite tea for flu season or any season!

I’ve made it a personal goal to share more about wellness on the blog and social media as it has become more and more of a topic of interest in my own life! This Winter I’ve spent an obscene amount of time fighting off illness, more days sick than healthy and I’m really not ok with it. Being sick makes you appreciate the times that you’re well but also can cause a person to rethink their lifestyle and what sort of contributing factors are causing sickness.

While this recipe is by no means revolutionary, I thought I’d still begin by sharing something that is my go-to when filling under the weather, especially is a sore throat is one of the symptoms. Peel ginger with the side of a spoon, chop it up into chunks and pour steaming-hot water over the top. I try to let it steep for about 10 mins to allow enough ginger to melt into the water. The I squeeze half a lemon through a sieve (find the gold ones here) to catch seeds, over the top and a teaspoon of raw honey, maybe a little more. Not only is is warm and soothing to a sore throat but ginger helps with nausea and pain. Lemon aids in hydration, adds Vitamin C and is a powerful antibacterial while the honey soothes a cough and helps you sleep.

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Faina’s Toptun chair is perfect geometry

Available at Perspective Studio in Stockholm, this Toptun chair is part of Faina’s collection of bed frames, sofas and chairs. They describe the collection as having “soft geometry” and while perfectly symmetrical and composed of straight lines, this c…

March cravings

A new month is here and a new set of cravings I’ve been looking at!Pico waves hair clipSkagerak Reflect shelf and mirrorStriped trench coatTextured trousers Pebble earrings Jute crossbody Menu Offset sofa

4 wall covering options that aren’t paint

PlasterA great way to cover damages or ugly wall texture is plaster, which ic incredibly durable and beautiful as well. It’s also easy to find lots of how-to videos on youtube if you want to take the DIY route rather than hiring a professional. The loo…

Louis Poulsen’s PH5 lamp

The weekend is almost over but I wanted to leave you with an image of the classic Louis Poulsen PH5 lamp. A little history about the creation of PH5:

Poul Henningsen developed the PH 5 in 1958 for Louis Poulsen as a response to the constant changes to light bulbs at the time.

“I have designed a PH fixture which can be used with any kind of light source, Christmas lights and 100 W metal-filament bulbs.”

The name PH 5 came from the size of the 50cm wide main shade and over time has seen many updates to accommodate changing light sources. In the early 90’s it was modified to accommodate an energy saving light bulb. The metal plate was also changed to a frosted glass plate to be more energy efficient. Just a few years ago a new set of 5 high gloss colors were introduced to the public.

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