Striking Silhouettes in the 2020 Lighting Collection From houseof
houseof was founded in 2019 as a way to shake up the monotony of what was perceived as a stale lighting industry lacking in direction. Their startup mentality put value on designing beautiful products, being nice, and doing less harm. Using shape, color, and texture, houseof looks to create striking lighting silhouettes that won’t soon be forgotten.
Their 2020 collection relies on fresh color, with sea green and lilac leading the way, to add pops of color to your living and work spaces. The current palette helps reflect the brand’s philosophy of bravely choosing color when it comes to making lighting selections. Designs include a candy colored chandelier, a floor lamp that merges art deco with brutalism, and a flush ceiling light featuring opal glass shades that form an inverted arch. The collection also includes drop cluster lights that work great with high ceilings and in tight spaces.
Yet another important facet of the 2020 collection is a range of bathroom lighting that includes an angled ceiling light, a flush ceiling light, and a corner light, all with a strong design edge and suited to both hospitality and home.
Lighting from houseof is available for purchase at houseof.com. For more lighting options, visit the Design Milk Shop here!
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