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Modern Lighting

Lighting is important for any room, it has a calming effect, brings interest to a minimal setup, or can even make for a productive work environment. At House&Hold we have assembled an extensive selection of modern lighting by well loved designers. Your walls can now be perfectly back lit and your backyard given a cozy, romantic feel. Keep your life well lit!

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Modern & Contemporary Lighting Designers

A crisp hanging light from Oilo, or a ultra contemporary outdoor torch from Plodes, our designers bring quality and craftsmanship to your lighting needs.

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ferm living aw14

And so it reminds me of the new AW14 Ferm Living Collection. At first glance I'm not quite sure what's Ferm Living and what's not. But I do get a genuine sense of the collection, the personality. And I love it's warmth and ease .... and stated-ness.

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H&H storewide summer sale

Storewide Summer Sale is .. on now! Use code SUMMER2014 & receive 11% off your order, some restrictions apply.

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working hands farm

Working Hands Farm is just down the "country" street from our home. They've built a brand new farm since I posted about them last April ... and it's beautiful. Old fashion farm qualities & function yet has a really refined aesthetic. It's evident they're put a lot of thought into their space.

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& Tradition

&Tradition encourages the creation of what may become the classics of the future and aims to bridge the values of solid handicraft to contemporary design. Their collection not only covers iconic designs and undiscovered gems from the masters of yesterday, but it also features new works from leading designers of today and from the talent of tomorrow.

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Plodes

Plodes Studio is a Texas based multidisciplinary design firm that draws from a coalescence of art, product, and architectural design.

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Paul Loebach

Some see references to Shinto temples, others to campfire kindling, humble woodland cabins or childhood forts. However you interpret the geometric lines of the simple and symbolic Shanty Lamp, you will love the warm and diffused light that emanates upwards and down from behind its yellow-pine shade.