Lighten Up

Nunn, Jennie
May 2013
Organic Spa Magazine;May/Jun2013, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p48
The article provides tips from two-design experts Chloe Warner Redmond from Redmond Aldrich Design and Kishani Perera for creating perfect home ambiance in any space. Warner states that lighting is the single most vital element of space and the closer a fixture is to the ceiling the more the business-like the atmosphere. Perera notes that the Sundance Catalog have a great collection of recycled table lamps that she love, including the industrial-inspired and unique designs by Robert Ogden.


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