Fringe lights are one of the biggest trends this season, but I first fell in love with them a few years ago when I discovered the original 1960-s fringe chandeliers by Hans-Agne Jakobsson.
Hans-Agne Jakobsson designs can be found for example on 1stdibs.com where they go for about £4,000 and more.
Another one I have later discovered that just took my breath away, is this one by Dimore Studio. This one is truly amazing, but judging by the picture at the top of the post, not only my budget would never stretch to it, my house would not be big enough either.
A few years ago before fringe became big again I also came across Curiousa & Curiousa. They specialise in handmade glass blown lamp shades in multiple colours – beautiful designs. And they have a model with a very long fringe – a statement light.
These are gorgeous lights, but how about something more affordable?
Not to worry, at the moment there are plenty of choice that can suit different budgets. I have researched the market and here is my extensive selection of what’s currently available. I hope you will be able to find the one for you.
Rockett St George All Over Velvet Table Lamp With Fringe £120.00 |Lampe de table Table lamp – / Fringed fabric – Bloomingville £99 | Oliver Bonas Nappa Fringed Table Lamp £115 | Nunido Pascha Pendant Lamp £115.00 |Rockett St. George Three-Tier Fringe Chandelier £165.00 |Wink Pendant – / Fringes – L 60 cm – Houtique £495.00
Anna Hayman Designs DecoFabulous Gold & Black Bibana Lamp Shade £295