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Tom Raffield's New Green Lighting Collection Gives Sustainably Sourced Woods Unexpected Forms

by , 11/14/13

 lighting design, green lighting, Tom Raffield, wooden lighting, Bloom Light, Large WhiteLight, sustainable wood lamps, sustainable wood

Award-winning lighting designer Tom Raffield is delighted to announce a selection of brand new products to his contemporary wooden lighting range. First is the the Bloom Light which utilizes petals of bent wood arranged into a symmetrical shape around the central bulb. This beautiful lamp is available in sustainably sourced ash, oak or walnut, or in a combination of oak and walnut, and as either a pendant or floor-standing light. Tom is also introducing a new variation of an existing shade, the minimalist Large WhiteLight, also available in the same materials. Made from a single loop of wood, and with a glazed white satin interior, this new purist drum pendant will make any room shine!

+ Tom Raffield

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1 Comment

  1. Tom Raffield November 15, 2013 at 9:01 am

    Great post! Thanks for featuring us.

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