I wanted something understated yet elegant, and of course with that pop of colour.
I’ve always been a fan of Curiousa & Curiousa’s hand blown glass lights, so I was beyond excited to get some made for my hallway.
I’ve chosen Curiousa & Curiousa’s Oshka lights for their pretty silhouettes inspired by Russian Matryoshka dolls.
There were 23 glass colours and 8 different flex colours to select from.I’ve picked a large Oshka in teal and ruby.and a medium one in citron and Turkish blue.This citron and Turkish blue Oshka light looks great against the pale pink of my wall.
Even better, at night when turned on, it gives off a warm red glow, like sitting by a fireplace on a cold Winter’s night. If you stand at my door entryway, you can see both lights greeting you as you come in, adding pops of colourful happiness to the space.Incidentally, Curiousa & Curiousa have released a new light collection recently that comprise of sculptural layers of hand blown glass with walnut wood, and are inspired by American totem poles.
I’m so pleased with my Curiousa & Curiousa lights. They have really added that finishing touch to my hallway revamp. I’d love to know what you think.
Finally, wishing you all a wonderful start to your week.
( Home photography by Little Big Bell. The lights were a gift )