Tom Dixon creates some of our most popular furniture, lighting and household accessories. Our customers love him. Our staff members love him. We are confident that after checking out our top 10 products from the Tom Dixon range that you will love the range too.
Before we share with you the top 10 products from Tom Dixon we thought it would be worth sharing with you a little more about Tom. His career spans many decades and many different interests. He started in the early eighties welding salvaged steel into radical furniture.
From there he has constantly reinvented himself through a series of different design lives – working with luxury Italian goods with Cappellini, Creative Director at Habitat and Artek, creating Plastics company Eurolounge and finally instigating his own eponymous brand in 2002 to rethink the product designer’s relationship with industry.
The latest chapter of Tom’s design journey began in 2002 when he left corporate life to create his own eponymous brand as a platform for a series of new adventures in the design of products and interiors.
Check out our top 10 products from Tom Dixon below.
The Tom Dixon Stone Serve Board is a perfect, multipurpose kitchen tool. It is both practical and ideal for presenting food for guests and family members.
The Board can also be used for preparing dishes as well.
The white marble board comes with a removable brass saucer. This server is perfect for dips, pickles, oil and spices.
If you give this Serve Board the love and care it deserves, it will last you a lifetime.
The Tom Dixon Spin Candelabra is a beautiful piece of artwork that brings a beautiful glow to whichever living space you choose to share this in.
It is a robust piece, almost indestructible piece crafted from cast iron. This use of iron harks back to Tom Dixon’s earlier work from the 1980s with steel.
This rotating, five armed candelabra holds 5 candles, creating a beautiful luminescence when lit but also acts as a beautiful table or shelf-top sculpture when unlit.
The Stone Chopping Board from Tom Dixon is a beautiful piece - whether you are using it as a working Chopping Board or as a platter to serve from.
The white Morward slab used to craft this piece is perfect for chopping, cutting and rolling on. It’s equally at home serving meat, cheese or bread. It also comes with a removable saucer that is perfect for dips, oils, spices and other finger foods.
If cared for correctly this piece will last a lifetime. This piece will go perfectly with the Serve Board from the same range.
With the Fan Dining Chair, Tom Dixon has created a modern take of the classical Windsor Chair. It’s a contemporary take on the traditional British archetype.
The unique shape is like an Exclamation Mark at your dining table but the semi-transparent design of this piece means it also won’t overwhelm a room due to its minimal visual mass. Everyone that looks at the Fan Dining Chair marvels at its beauty.
The Fan Dining Chair is available in two colors - natural oak and a black stained birch - and comes with a black leather seat pad.
The Bone Bowl draws its name from its look. This piece, cast in brass with a matte finish, looks like it has been crafted from bone artifacts drawn from the ground. These beautiful bowls are hand-crafted in India. The artists meticulously put these pieces together.
These bowls have multiple uses. Many customers use the Bone Bowl as a sculpture in its own right. Others add extra decorations and some even use them as fruit bowls.
This Stone Mortar and Pestle is artistically designed but also crafted for regular, and everyday usage. Hours of grinding in Tom Dixon's own London restaurant resulted in his choosing to design this weighty block of white Morwad marble and brass. It is perfectly crafted to smash, pummel and grind spices and herbs. It is finished off with an exaggerated rounded lip that allows you a firm grip as you work.
The Pestle and Mortar comes in a solid mango wood box.
Many customers pair this with the Stone Spice Grinder.
The Tom Dixon Flash Table is a beautiful table with multiple uses. It can be used as a coffee table, a bedside table or a side table. These elegant and sophisticated tables are available in 3 color schemes - black, brass or chrome so you will find a color that suits the rest of your home.
The bold materials and sturdy large base means these contemporary tables will be hard wearing and suitable for anything your family can throw at it, whilst the polished metal finish gives these tables a visually striking appearance that your guests will definitely notice. Their minimalist build and shape also means that they won’t add any extra clutter to your space.
Whilst they have been given the name Stepped Book Ends, these artistic pieces could be used in their own right as a sculpture on your shelf. These hand crafted and turned on the lathe pieces create a series of geometric forms.
The unique process that is used to craft the Swirl Stepped Book Ends involves recycling the powdered residue from the marble industry. The residue is mixed with pigment and resin to create the blocks that are then sawn, sliced and turned on a lathe to create these visually striking, fresh pieces that will add a bold, fresh look to any space.
These pieces are substantial in weight, smooth in texture and bold in pattern,
The Spot Surface Wall Sconce consists of a stainless steel body and a massively thick glass lens, with integrated LED bulbs. These lamps can be used on the wall or the ceiling and come with a black finish.
The Spot Surface Wall Sconce harks back to Dixon’s time working with industrial products. These hard wearing lamps are great in your home (depending on your personal tastes) or in damp environments if you are using them in hard-working trade areas.
One area that Tom Dixon is well known for is his experimentation. With the Melt Table Lamp Dixon has utilized vacuum metallisation to create this artistic piece. Melt is a distorted lighting globe born from our collaboration with Swedish radical design collective front.
The Melt Table Lamp is a piece that your guests will notice. With a distorted shape that mimics a mesmerizing melting hot blown glass effect, the Melt Table Lamp is translucent when on and has mirror-finish when off. The light that the Melt Table Lamp emits offers an attractive, mildly hallucinogenic light that also doubles as an artistic table top sculpture when off.
If you are looking to furnish your house, and art is important to you and your family, you need to do yourself a favor and take a look at the Tom Dixon collection. Tom Dixon is a restless innovator who works mainly in lighting, accessories and furniture. From an industrial feel harking back to his career in the 1980s. Dixon has constantly reinvented himself and innovated with his designs.