Lighting collection "Littoral"
Often two-colored and lined, but not always, the lamps of the "Littoral" collection are inspired by the atmospheres of the fishing ports and ocean edges. Ideal for illuminating seaside homes, the "Littoral" also arise in all homes where one likes to daydream to great immobile travel on land or sea.
This Mousse light by Roscoff from the Littoral collection proudly displays the traditional blue and white stripes of the French Napoleonic marinière. When lit, the Mousse de Roscoff table lamp offers a soft, intimate and friendly light reminiscent of tender holiday evenings at the edge of sea water, river and why not, lakes and ponds.
This table lamp "Girl of Saint Malo" releases all the charms of the oceanic or maritime coasts. Its lampshade in marine style creates a warm and friendly atmosphere. This model of standing lamp "marinière" favors the dominant mesh of blue.
A table lamp from the Littoral collection, the Pacha de Lorient is characterized by its ocean blue lampshade. Intense and radical, its blue will pose in your interiors, a touch of plain blue and full of peps!
Table lamp from the Littoral collection, Leopold Zoute is an evocation of the Belgian coast and its famous seaside resort Knokke Heist. Its hand-knitted lampshades in ecru and taupe threads give off a soft and warmhearted light.