Island Art

Patterns may begin as mere doodles born from boredom and only later become appreciated for their unexpected beauty. They can entrance with time enough to stare but in-between they are great patterns of neutrality. This pattern evokes the Pacific islands of possibly . . . French Polynesia.

This duo of lamps combines taupe, gray and black for emphasis of the compositional elements. They are seated on antique brass mountings for contrast and shaded with drum shades in a mellow silver metallic fabric called Moonbeam.

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