ONE TO WATCH: NORTHERN LIGHTING
So, here we are, the first in the series of 'One to Watch'. We start off with our new favourite lighting brand, Northern Lighting. A creative force led by original ideas, Northern Lighting was established in 2005 in Oslo, with designs guided by Scandinavian simplicity. Naturally, we have fallen in love with both their designs and business philosophies.
Inspired by the the ever-changing character of the Nordic light, Northern Lighting offer both lighting and accessories designed by an extensive catalogue of design talent from around the world. They combine natural materials with cutting edge and simplistic design principles to create a truly beautiful product that appeals to a design focused audience who want to add a touch of Scandinavia to their home.
Northern Lighting do not limit themselves to only lighting, they also produce a range of beautiful accessories to compliment any home. We love the Granny and Fyr candle holders. So elegant and sophisticated, the perfect way to add a new touch to your home.
We look forward to seeing what Northern Lighting come up with next with their inspiring design entourage, including our favourites Mark Braun, Vibeke Skar & Ida Noemi, Rudi Wulff and Atle Tveit. Why not try them in your home or next project, we sure will be!
HAVE YOU MET: LUKE ARTHUR WELLS
We are absolutely thrilled to be starting off our new 'Have You Met...' series with the lovely Luke Arthur Wells. After discovering interior stylist and business owner, Luke on The Great Interior Design Challenge in 2014, we thought it would be great to catch up with his journey since his appearance on the show. You're going to love him.
HAVE YOU MET: 2 LOVELY GAYS
Studio Gabrielle chat with '2 Lovely Gays' Jordan Cluroe and Russell Whitehead, a design duo turning the interiors industry on its head with their love of colour and unique designs, for the second in the series 'Have You Met'. 2 Lovely Gays are making living lovely, one room at a time, from designing textiles and making one-off lamps to renovating Georgian townhouses with simplicity, elegance and a signature use of colour.