Empty State’s first wall light, more rugs made from waste wool and fine Italian furniture – these are the products that caught my eye this week
Following the success of the Pill pendant, launched last year, Empty State has introduced its first wall light (above). The Pill Wall Light combines handblown coloured glass with metal accents. Each piece is made to order, allowing you to customise the light fittings from a selection of glass colours and metal finishes. Options range from a bold, bright blue to pale pink and opal.
The Billiani furniture collection is now available from House of Dome. All styles can be customised from an extensive range of fabrics and wood finishes. Since 1911 Billiani has been producing its furniture within the chair triangle in Italy, an area of small, specialised workshops.
House of Dome is a recently launched online showroom of Italian furniture, lighting and accessory brands that are not easily sourced on the high street
Last week I mentioned the new Wasted rug collection from FLOOR_STORY, this week I bring you Re-Rug from Nanimarquina. The collection has been created out of the mountains of left over wool generated by Nanimarquina’s suppliers.
Each Re-Rug uses 1kg/m2 of reprocessed wool reducing waste and CO2 emissions as no virgin material is produced. The collection is made using the hand-loomed dhurrie technique resulting in rugs with a flat structure available in a variety of colours.