Artichoke lamp

Cleaning Your artichoke light

Posted by Regency Shop on

The Poul Henningsen designed feature light first made its appearance in 1958 and is still popular as a design classic. A futuristic design, coupled with a soft diffused light makes it perfect for all areas where it’s striking appearance and practical lighting is sought. Due to the number of blades in the design and the high resultant surface area of the fitting, it does tend to attract dust and needs to be cleaned once or twice a year, depending on the dust and conditions in your area of course.• The design of the light makes the use of feather dusters...

Read more →


10 Chairs for your artichoke lamp

Posted by Regency Shop on

Frasier Crane had a slick pad, every item carefully selected. The lamp by Corbu, a chair by Eames, and the couch an exact replica of the one Coco Chanel had in her Paris atelier. It is elegant and stylish. And his father's well worn, yellow-green recliner, held together with duct tape, stood centerpiece in his living room. Be warned - finishing off your room extends to the last piece of furniture. 1. Vernon Panton’s Cone Chair. This will impress those guests who know their architecture. Designed in the same year as the artichoke light, this completes the feel sought by designers...

Read more →