Mushroom gray and swirls of white spin this duo of color into a fresh, contemporary look. Two shapes are available, a conical pillar and a vase with a modern elongated neck. Both are seated on brass mountings for contrast and have matching finials.
Two drum shade
fabrics are available; a Sailcloth White fabric or a soft silver metallic fabric called Moonbeam Gray.
Two lamp shapes are introduced by The Natural Light in the hand painted technique trompe l’oeil, mimicking the fine veining of ivory tinted stones.
One of the shapes is a slender modern cone tower and the other is a more traditional curvaceous vase. Both are presented on antique brass mountings, accentuating the warm tones of the vases. They are finished with the current use of drum shades.
Borrowing from nature, The Natural Light introduces this tall adaptation of the gently folding ribs of a melon that taper slightly at the top then widens at the base. There it sits atop an antique brass mounting. The glaze is a soft pale green that is both fresh and pleasing.
The lamp is finished with a drum shade made of Sailcloth White fabric.
Navy is probably the most beloved and classic of the blue family. Add a cylinder lamp shape and that’s about as classic as it gets.
The Natural Light has combined the color and the shape and presents the lamp on a classic antique brass mounting. A Sailcloth White fabric drum shade is added along with an antique brass finial, creating a smashing staple for classic interiors.
No one will be fooled that the lamps are made of fool’s gold. They are certain to wonder though , “What alchemy is this?” This lamp duo has a crusty, dark metallic gold finish that looks naturally porous.
The sleek square vases are actually ceramic with a most interesting dimensional glaze that looks like a mineral. The vase shapes are elegant and come in two heights. Each is set on a square crystal mounting and finished with a drum shade made of a soft metallic fabric named Moonbeam. A gilded iron finial beautifully completes the design.
For those who love pottery and keeping things real, this lamp vases is for you. It is gracious in size and that alone would make a pottery lover swoon, knowing the strength needed to turn these on a wheel. Oh, but the glaze is the pièce de résistance.
The glaze is an oxblood and a deep burnish of brown/black. The outcome appears smooth and leather-like.
These round, vertical vases are mounted on antique brass mountings and finished with round drum shades of Linen Irish or Linen Oatmeal.
The slender rice shaped curve of this solid shaft of carved crystal continues to taper at the top and the bottom with gracefully fitted antique brass extensions. The overall fluid and slim profile is sylph-like, giving the lamp a modern vibe for today’s contemporary settings.
A table lamp and a matching floor lamp complete this ensemble. Two shade fabrics are available, Sailcloth White or Moonbeam with a soft metallic thread.
The Natural Light unveils a new category
The Natural Light, a 40 year industry veteran company known for high end lighting and exclusive art, is unveiling a new category of products this market. A collection of Drink Tables has been on the drawing table for almost a year and is now ready for its debut. These diminutive yet functional tables take up one square foot of floor space yet accomplishes a very needed function sitting beside a chair or sofa.
Stylish, functional and portable was the driving force in the design phase. Each table top is meant to hold a drink, a book and a snack, all the while adding glamour to a room. What finer enhancement than to also make them portable to accommodate an evolution of entertaining needs?
The materials used include gilded iron, a brushed brass finish on stainless steel, polished stainless steel and bronzed iron. The table tops are marble, beveled glass and metal. The styling embraces Mid-century Modern, Art Deco, Classic and Modern. The prices of the tables are in line with that of a high end lamp.
The Natural Light presents a new metallic finish of rubbed silver with an undercoating of gold. The effect is a collision creating the perfect metallic blend.
Two new textured lamps feature this new metallic finish.
Metropolitan is a pottery lamp with a soft white glaze that is scored with gray decorative lines both vertically and horizontally, depicting the complexity of a city street grid. The slender, modern column gently tapers in the middle and barely flares at the bottom to sit on a nickel mounting. The lamp has a companion piece, Cosmopolitan. Each lamp is finished with a white sailcloth fabric drum shade and topped with an acrylic ball finial.