Designed by the Swedish architect and designer, Jonas Wagell, Menu’s JWDA Series is a stunning collection of lights inspired by archaic oil lamps. The range consists of pendant lights and table lamps that are available in a selection of timeless finishes. The contrasting materials that these lamps have been lovingly manufactured in, represent their unique and original designs. The designer’s choice of high–quality materials such as concrete , white marble and polished brass makes the whole collection a versatile range for almost any interior space. The lights have been stripped right back to a natural and organic shape, enhancing all its impressive features.
The frosted glass depicts an egg-shaped diffuser that has been designed to cast a warm glow out into the room, creating a soft and welcoming radiance. The humble light that is delivered by these cosmopolitan lamps will maintain a serene ambience throughout your space whilst ensuring your guests feel at ease and as though they are in their very own home as they wander through the rooms of your house.
Consisting of a dimmable function, these lights will adjust to any interior space and mood lighting requirements. Adjust the light intensity to your own atmospheric preferences. Add a golden glow to the hallway of your home with any of the fantastic lighting pieces within the JWDA Series. The lights all work well on their own as much as they do paired with another member of their family. Suspend the JWDA Pendant Light above your kitchen island or hang at the center of your living space. Furthermore, we would suggest situating the JWDA Table Lamp on your side table or bedside table or even to employ an additional piece of decorative lighting atop your desk space or amongst your treasured items stacked upon your shelves.
As well as award-winning lighting collections from Danish design brand, Menu , you will be pleased to know that we stock the finest curation of designer lighting from a wide variety of prestigious designers.
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