Ligne Roset’s lighting offer currently stands at more than seventy different designs, with many of these in several sizes and type. The range will ebb and flow as new designs are added each year and the less popular drop away as stock runs out or ever swifter changes in lighting technology and regulations demand change. However, we hope that you will agree that is quite a collection.
Many apartments already come with built-in ceiling spots. They provide a good starting point but it’s nice to add more lights for specific areas and to create mood and texture. Ligne Roset offers lighting to illuminate your dinner party, cast poetic shadows in the Hygge Winter evenings, focussed task lighting, adjustable floor lights: explore this section and remember that most lights are factory stock or in store. Look out for the Express tags.
Fashions change in lighting perhaps faster than other furnishings. Metallic finishes such as copper and now brass and gold are in vogue and Ligne Roset keeps up on trends. BRASS BELL is an example. Borosilicate glass is tinted gold but shows the LED light through its translucence. They look fantastic hung in groups but have impact as a single accent light too.
Ligne Roset’s table lights can be particularly decorative and playful. Witness JALI with its brass or silver filigree shade casting beautiful shadows from its tinted bulb. ASOLA and CARLIGHT also use the lamp shades to play with the shadows formed, the former using a polka dot mesh and the latter thick hand-cast patterned glass. All these pieces help to create mood in the home.
Other items in the collection are more functional perhaps. DOLMEN has been in the collection long enough to become a classic with its asymmetrical frosted glass egg shape glowing bright or dimmed down. SOMERSET is also fashioned from frosted glass but is formed into the shape of a milk churn with a chromed handle framing its shape. The GLOBE family of lights is created in sand-blasted polythene in a very pure flattened shape. When hung in groups they remind us of planets illuminating the sky. They provide great general light, either hanging from the ceiling or placed on the floor. There is even a water-proof outdoor version.