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Lighting We Love: Wipe the Slate Clean

Take in these monochromatic yet oh-so-bright takes in lighting. Airy, glassy, matte, soft and feathery—these fixtures are a welcome whiteout.



Hundreds of white goose feathers are used to create the Eos Up flush-mount lamp ($270) from Umage. Its Danish design is earthy, ethereal and Nordic cool.


Stage Star

Never-ending Glory (from $3,840) by designers Jan Plecháč and Henry Wielgus for Lasvit is a series of hand-blown glass pendants in various finishes (we like the milky opal), inspired by grand-dame theatres from La Scala to the Bolshoi.


Mesh It Up

The Meshmatics chandelier (from $5,635) by Dutch designer Rick Tegelaar for Moooi has a barely-there mesh shape that’s part mathematical precision and part poetic simplicity—a fine formula for diffused, delicate light.


Peep Show

Whether “Playing,” “Waiting” or “Looking,” the posing, stark-white raven of the Bird lamp ($217) by Italian designer Marcantonio Raimondi Malerba for Seletti brings cheeky (and cheep!) vibes into any room.


Shape Shifter

A sriking mix of materials and geometric forms topped with a simple white shade, this table lamp by Kelly Wearstler evokes both the feminine and masculine charm of its name, Cleo$700).


Designer Pick: David Arnott, Stark Architecture 

“Our go-to for lighting is Flos’s Aim collection ($1,115). It beautifully matches our interiors and is nice and whimsical, which can break up the order of a room in a welcoming way.”


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