Showstopping Autumn Lighting At Rockett St George

It is a universally known fact in the interiors world that eclectic online homeware emporium Rockett St George have cornered the market in show-stopping, original and most importantly affordable lighting. Whenever I am working with an interiors client who wants a statement light I point them straight to these guys – their pieces are always full of personality, are eclectic, but retain a timelessness because of their material choices, brass, glass, velvets and naturals. Plus their ever-changing collections mean that each item feels a little like a limited edition.

This new Autumn collection of lighting might just be my favourite yet – made in India and taking inspiration from vintage homeware, founders Jane and Lucy designed the pieces themselves and added perfect contemporary elements.


I love how the Silver Crystal Lucinda Chandelier mixes unexpected genres – and it works – by teaming a rustic twine flex as a delightful contrast to the refined and mercurial crystals.

Possibly my favourite of the bunch, the opulent Wall Flower Lights come in a 6 bud and 3 bud formation made of clusters of gold metal leaves and studded with smoky LED-candle bulbs – again a lovely contrast to the vintage aesthetic. Designs like the exotic Om Mundra Hand Table Lamp add a touch of Victorian mysticism to the mix.


A new range of luxurious Velvet Lampshades in the perfect Sapphire Blue and Dandelion Yellow are also available as a compliment to their lights and to elevate any dreary looking ones you might have at home.

Also added to the collection are some pretty fantastic looking candle-holders. Candles are always a little tricky around toddlers and I love how pretty and practical the Gold Clamp Candle-holder is. The Leaf Wall Sconce on the other hand is opulence personified – can’t you just imagine it in a dimly lit Tudor palace?

Also added to the collection are some pretty fantastic looking candle-holders. Candles are always a little tricky around toddlers and I love how pretty and practical the Gold Clamp Candle-holder is. The Leaf Wall Sconce on the other hand is opulence personified – can’t you just imagine it in a dimly lit Tudor palace?

Finally, if you’re as smitten with Rockett St George’s style as I am you might be please to know their first book Extraordinary Interiors: Show-Stopping Looks For Beautiful Rooms is available to pre-order now. Here, the founders Jane and Lucy share their decorating mistakes along with their triumphs and guide the reader through tricky interior design decisions, along with top tips on how to achieve magical, surprising and inviting homes!

 

Author: Rohini Wahi

Rohini is a London based freelance journalist and trend forecaster for the design industries. She has worked for Elle Decoration, Living Etc, Houzz and Design Sponge amongst others.

She loves a period drama and keeps a tidy home. Launched in 2007 The Beat That My Heart Skipped focuses on home inspirations, design trends, lifestyle and food – coupled with an insight into Rohini’s work and home life – from key picks at trade shows to styled weekend soirees. To contact Rohini for queries, work for hire or just to say hi drop her a line at mail@rohiniwahi.com

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