Product watch: new collections from Christopher Hyde

Christopher Hyde Lighting has introduced three new 2022 collections – the eclectic collections of table lamps, pendants and wall lights feature both contemporary and classic designs…

glass pendant lights in the showroom at Christopher Hyde Lighting

Continuing to fly the flag of luxurious style that is the benchmark of the Christopher Hyde brand, these collections like all the others use beautiful materials offering only the finest quality. Providing lighting solutions to suit both classic and contemporary interiors, the latest offerings from the design team include a range of solutions in surfaces from ceramic to bespoke hand blown glass. These latest additions to the brand portfolio, are as much about a statement of shape and form, as they are about lighting.

Starting on the table, designed using a muted colour palette the ceramic table lamps incorporate touches of gold and brushed silver finishes paired with beautiful silk, textured shades. This collection includes various geometric shaped bases which complement both contemporary and more traditional style interiors.

Moving on up the wall, the ‘Wave’ wall light is designed with soft elongated curves and is available in a number of exquisite finishes. The tiered design of these wall lights add depth and dimension as well as create a beautiful illumination of light.

Lighting up the ceiling, the craftsmanship of the hand blown ‘Teardrop’ means that each pendant is entirely unique. With the ombre effect glass and teardrop design the organic forms of these pendants are the perfect addition to the contemporary range of lighting, making a single statement or working together in composition.

All the new designs in these collections are on display in the Christopher Hyde Chelsea Harbour showroom.

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