At the Caperberry HQ, one of our favourite things is stumbling upon an exciting article on a great site. Here’s one we just have to share with you from Kate Watson-Smyth’s award winning interiors and design site…
Pendant lights in a room, said someone once ( I think it might have been Michelle Ogundehin, the editor of Elle Decoration) are like earrings on an outfit. They can be a subtle barely there touch or they can make a big statement. This season big earrings are the thing and so I bring you these.
Rattan is having a bit of a moment as the mania for all things 70s continues but these are made from sustainably sourced maple wood and are a more grown-up and elegant product that marries traditional weaving techniques with contemporary design.
Each one is developed from a series of small scale models before the large one is created. Louise was inspired by clouds as a child and now, from her studio in Wales, is often to be found photographing shadows and examining the way the light moves.
You can see more of Louise’s work on her site Louise Tucker and she is also happy to discuss creating a piece for your specific needs.
Written by Kate Watson-Smyth for Mad About The House
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