Flash Sale on George Nelson Bubble lights

Starting this Saturday, we’re offering 20% off Bubble light orders for one weekend only, in store and online. A mid-century classic, the Bubble Lamp was first designed by George Nelson in 1947. Originally produced by Howard Miller, these lights are now hand-crafted by Modernica using the same methods and materials used in the original manufacturing process.

So if you’ve had your eye on a bubble light, be it a saucer, ball, pear or cigar pendant, be sure to place your order this weekend to take advantage of  this great discount.

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20& off George Nelson Bubble lights this weekend only

A mid-century classic, the Bubble Lamp was first designed by George Nelson in 1947 and was produced by Howard Miller starting in the early 1950s and ending in 1979. The lights have been reissued by Modernica to the original specifications, using the original Howard Miller tooling. These famous lamps are part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

Bubble Crisscross Pear pendant lamp small. Now £340.00 – Was £425.00

Bubble Cigar pendant lamp small. Now £280.00 – Was £350.00

Bubble Saucer pendant lamp medium. Now £328.00– Was £410.00

Bubble Propeller pendant lamp. Now £356.00 – Was £445.00


Up to 60% off

Our Summer sale continues in store with up to 60% off ex-display and end of line items


Ex-display Agnes high shelving unit walnut by Kay + Stemmer for SCP

Kay and Stemmer have designed a pair of freestanding shelves called Agnes. Agnes medium is a smaller 3-shelf version and Agnes tall has 5 shelves. Now £686.00 – Was £980.00.

Ex-display Cedric desk  by Kay + Stemmer for SCP

Part of the SCP 2009 collection. The Cedric desk is an exercise in simplicity, refinement and deft detailing. Kay+Stemmer have drawn on all of their Parnham School training to produce a piece that has perfect proportion and reveals a mastery of craftmanship often overlooked in contemporary design. Now £1396.50 – Was £1995.00.

Ex-display Missed daybed by Michael Marriott for SCP Classics

Missed is a piece for those at leisure in the day. The rectangular head cushion is hand-made and feather filled. It is attached to the bed by a leather strap with a velcro pad, which can be adjusted for position on the underside. Uncomplicated, coherent and in part homage to the daybed by Mies van der Rohe, Missed is a kind of modesty, made modern.  Now £2587.00 – Was £3695.00.

Ex-display Oscar three seat sofa by Matthew Hilton for SCP 

Part of the SCP 2009 collection, the Oscar sofa is made in the UK using sustainable materials. The Oscar sofa strikes a pleasing balance between modernity and tradition, large in size yet light in appearance. Now £2467.00 – Was £3525.00.

Ex-display Lektor table lamp by Niclas Hoflin for Rubn

Rubn lighting is produced in Sweden by skilled craftsmen with a focus on sustainability. They have been manufacturing lighting in the same factory since 1950. The Lektor table light is simple yet elegant, made from iron and brass and is supplied with the latest LED COB light source. Available in white or black. Now £365.00 – Was £255.50.

Ex-display Motley ottoman by Donna Wilson for SCP

Colour marvel Donna Wilson has designed Motley, a deep-buttoned Chesterfield inspired footstool. Motley is upholstered in hand knitted wool specially designed by Donna Wilson in a Rainbow colour way fabric. Now £1911.00 – Was £2730.00.

End of line Vessel pendant light by Samuel Wilkinson for Decode

Vessel consists of blown glass forms designed specifically to celebrate the Plumen 001 bulb. Inspired by a “ship in a bottle”, the lamp ornamentally sits within the shade. When illuminated the glass tint mutes the light without hiding the form and produces an unexpected irregular reflection that appears holographic. Now £132.50 – Was £265.00.


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