Lights up! BOH rounded up five of spring’s most dazzling new light fixtures.
Arteriors — Estero Sconce
The spring collection from Arteriors is focused on marrying the wonders of nature with mechanical styles, an idea that is perfectly at play in the Estero Sconce, which could pass as an abstract rendering of coral, cast in gold.
Barry Goralnick for Currey & Company — Davy Brass Pendant
Known for his modern spin on neoclassical design, Goralnick has been collaborating with Atlanta furnishings brand Currey & Company since 2018. In his new collection, the New York–based designer sought to blend industrial shapes and elements with more refined material, a goal exemplified in the Davy Brass Pendant.
Hector Finch Lighting — Clio Lantern
Lanterns are something of a calling card for Hector Finch. One of the British lighting brand’s newest additions, the Clio is a handsome piece that features curved lines and comes in antique-inspired finishes like zinc and brass.
Carrier and Company for Visual Comfort — Cadence Grande Linear Chandelier
In designing this collection for Houston-based lighting brand Visual Comfort, Carrier and Company co-principals and spouses Jesse Carrier and Mara Miller turned to vintage objects collected over the course of their careers for inspiration. Featuring antique mirror and brass finishes, this chandelier has a layered, sophisticated glamour.
Bunny Williams for Currey & Company — Weslyn Sconce
Inspired by antique fixtures, Bunny Williams’s latest lighting collection for Currey & Company (which she has partnered with since 2016) is focused on timeless, graceful pieces. The Weslyn Sconce’s delicate details and warm glow would bring a soft elegance to even the newest of new builds.
Products featured in this article have been sourced from BOH’s new Collections vertical, a showcase of the latest debuts from some of the industry’s leading brands.