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Romantic silhouettes, an authentic feel of handicraft and the return of George Nelson’s iconic Bubble Lamp in HAY’s lighting news for the fall
Let there be light when the days are getting darker.
The Danish design company’s lighting collection has a vast selection of pendant, table, floor lights and more to keep your spaces bright and cozy. Here are three highlights from this fall’s new launches:
Bubble Lamp: This icon was designed in the '50s for Herman Miller by pioneering American designer George Nelson. It’s now available from HAY in four distinctive sizes and shapes, so people around the world can bring this piece of history home.
Bonbon Shade: Designed by Ana Kras and made from handwoven, fine-twill yarn threaded through a steel-wire frame, this lamp stands on its own, whether turned on or off. Available in two distinctive colourways, Bonbon combines the authentic feel of handicraft with a sleek, industrial quality.
Matin Table Lamp: With its clean yet romantic silhouette, Inga Sempe’s Matin Table Lamp is versatile and available with a vibrant range of colored shades. It fits in every room in the home, from the bedroom to the office.
George NelsonHerman MillerBubble LampHAY’s Lighting CollectionBonbon ShadeAna KrasMatin Table LampInga SempeHAY