With so many colour combinations to choose from, finding the perfect lamp can seem daunting at first, so we suggest dividing the decision-making process into three simple categories by working through the colour selector above to choose a unicoloured, bicoloured or multicoloured lamp.
Begin by picking your favourite component colour, then the only remaining choice is the flex.
If a bicoloured lamp, with contrast armset and cable is preferred, concentrate on the dominant colour for shade and base first, then work through the options.
And if you’re in the mood for a mash up focus on the options towards the end of the colour grid where anything goes!
To formulate the colour palette for our first Studio Edition, we called on the expertise of London-based art director Despina Curtis to show us the way. After much deliberation, the colour choices for shade, arm-set and base were narrowed down to just four, the finishes to two: in matte, an earthy pink and soft, warm grey; in gloss, a rich, dark teal and deep, inky blue-grey. The fabric-covered cables (again a choice of four) are as much a part of the design as the three main components. A neon-yellow twisted cable injects a sharp, shock of colour, round burgundy or black/white-patterned cables add interesting contrast while a steel-grey twisted cable simply blends.
Original 1227™ Mini Collection
But of course, before you take the plunge don’t forget to check out the standard Original 1227™ Mini Desk Lamp colours as well. This new 4-piece collection, comprising desk, table, wall and wall-mounted lamp comes in three classic colours.