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Illuminate your home in 2022 with the new lighting collection of modern lamps and light fittings from the Range.
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The new statement lighting designs by The Range will be brightening up our homes in 2022 taking us from dark and cosy winters to a fresh feeling spring.
Highlight the centre of any room and create a stylish atmosphere with the Industrial Weaved Ceiling Light Fitting. Available with either three or four bulbs, this ceiling light features black metal cages, through which light will stream to cast designs on your ceiling and spotlight the room. This light would look particularly stylish in a dining room or kitchen, where it can illuminate a counter, island, or dining table (£49.99). There is a coordinating floor lamp (£59.99), wall light (£14.99) and table lamp (£21.99) available in this style too.
With elegance and glamour packed into this compact Orla Jewel Droplet Table Lamp, your bedroom or living room will instantly feel a whole lot classier. Designed with a chromed stand, the Orla's light shade is made from white, translucent fabric, softly hazing the light and creating a warm glow. With large, acrylic jewels dangling from the under shade, this light will sparkle and stun when turned on. Table lamp (£24.99), floor lamp (£32.99) and lampshade (£17.99).
The Hana Table Lamp boasts a classic, timeless design making it the perfect addition to any room of your home. The sleek and stylish chrome-effect stand is offset beautifully by the elegant, pleated lampshade in a neutral tone that gives your space more depth and texture. Ideal for your nightstand, mantelpiece, or console table, this affordable lamp is sure to make your house feel more like home. Just £12.99!
Make your home feel super warm and welcoming with this Home Sweet Home LED Neon Sign (£49,99). This trendy neon light sign will glow in a soft orange to create a cosy atmosphere, while the 'Home Sweet Home' message will remind you to find comfort and peace in your house. This light would look fantastic across from your front door, so you can see it whenever you enter your sweet home, or perhaps steal the style of the swanky bar area featured in one of the Selling Sunset listings that recently got viewers swooning.
Super modern and a little bit futuristic, the Cyrilla Glass Table Lamp will look fantastic on your sofa side table. The base of this lamp has been painted with a high shine metallic paint and features a textured diamond pattern, which will reflect to create interesting visuals whenever you're near. Other table lamps in the collection include the Clara Table Lamp (£24.99), a simple yet sophisticated light that will add some class to your home as well as illuminate your room. The white ceramic base features metallic gold caps on the bottom and top, above which a large shade brings an entirely modern finish. This lamp is perfect for a living room or bedroom, where it can cast a glow about your space in the evenings.
The Caterina Table Lamp (£12.99) is inspired by beautiful art nouveau patterns in its embossed leaf design over a stunning golden base. The glamorously gold base contrasts wonderfully with the simple white shade, to ensure this stand-out light catches the eye but does not overwhelm the rest of your decor.
Simona Veilande is a fashion designer and founder of Tribal Hotel, a sustainable fashion label based in Riga, Latvia. She is currently a PhD candidate at the Art Academy of Latvia, with research on DIY fashion in the Soviet Union. In addition to a Master’s degree in Fashion Design, Simona holds Bachelor’s degrees in Finance and in Art. She is the founder of the designers’ collective Butterman, participated in numerous art exhibitions, has curated art and design exhibitions and created pop-up shops.
Emils Ernests ‘Miko’ Rode is a student of architecture at Riga Technical University and a visual artist. He is the co-author of the Tribal Hotel 2021 and 2022 collections.
About The Collection
The Tribal Hotel Autumn 2022 conceptual fashion collection is inspired by the personality of the Latvian Constructivist Gustav Klutsis (1895-1938), best known for his innovative photo-collage posters and abstract sculptures. The collection draws on Klutsis’ kinetic ideas transposed to the human body in movement, and playfully interprets his collage work as a method for creating fabric patterns. High-quality, 100% natural materials are used, and the collection is locally made in Riga by skilled tailors.
Aleksandra Dzakovic (designer of AKKA) is an architect who has recently entered the world of fashion by merging technologies with tradition. She gained her Master degree in architecture at the Bauhaus in Germany, focusing on the obsolescence of contemporary educational system, thus offering a progressive approach towards a more critical reflection and study.
While approaching fashion as a product design, she transmits architectural logic into a design process, mostly by adjusting the construction methods to the available technologies and by using biosynthetic, biodegradable materials.
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