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Decorative Lighting


LaLou There is a real sense of connection to the cultural amongst the pieces created by LaLou. A number of designs from the brand feature exotic objects sourced from all corners of the world. These are authentic pieces, each handcrafted, unique and incredible to behold. One of the central focuses of lighting products from LaLou is in the focus on simply illuminating the objects so that they can take centre stage, whilst at the same time as lighting up the space around them.


After collecting objects from local craftsmen, markets and antique fairs, the team can create one of a kind lighting pieces that have a story behind them. LaLou even invite their clients to design lamps themselves, allowing for an additional personal touch. Individuals can provide a base, lampshade material or both, for a truly one of a kind item to suit any budget. www.la-lou.com


Phoenix Day


Phoenix Day prides itself on being the ‘sixth oldest operating business in San Francisco’. Founded over 150 years ago with a focus on cutlery, the company grew alongside San Francisco, and in time the company decided to focus all of its attention on servicing the needs of the lighting industry. It is still family-owned, now into its third generation headed by company founder Mr. Guglielmo’s great grandnephew, Tony Brenta. The company manufactures all of its products in the United States, with the company’s manufacturing facility located in the industrial district of San Francisco. The team at Phoenix Day is dedicated to creating innovative and exquisitely designed lighting fixtures that are handcrafted. Quality is an incredibly important aspect of what they do, and because products are handmade many are custom, one-of-a-kind lighting fixtures. The company has been involved in a number of exciting projects, including illuminating many iconic buildings such as the Ahwahnee Hotel & Lodge in Yosemite and the garden court in the Palace Hotel San Francisco. www.phoenixday.com


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