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Made.com

June 5, 2014

In our design practice we often use made.com when we are designing and specifying an interior for a homeowner. Also given the highly competitive prices it is a great source of furniture and accessories when we are working on a rental flat for a landlord. I love that their range is really affordable so your purchases don’t all have to be investments for the future. On made.com you will find furniture, sofas, beds, lighting, art, rugs – indeed everything you need to make your house a home.

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A couple of weeks ago they asked me to review one of their lighting products in my own home. We’ve not specified their lighting for our projects so I jumped at the chance and after consulting with my partner we opted for the Alfred tripod floor lamp. Standing an impressive 165cm high it looked like the perfect signature lamp that we had been looking for.

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After living with the lamp for the last month we absolutely love it. It certainly sets a mood in our living room and brings a bit of Hollywood glamour into our home every evening. The adjustable grate on the lamp will allow you to modify the amount of light depending on your mood – maximise the light for those runway evenings, or dim it right down if you need to relax and chill. We have the chrome and black version that works well with our grey toned interior, you can also get the lamp in a natural wood and white finish.

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Head over to the made.com website to see their full range of lighting. With light fittings ranging from just £25 up to £189 it is all both incredibly well priced and also unquestionably stylish. We are so pleased with our lamp and it is the perfect fitting to add drama and atmosphere to our home.

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  1. spacesculpt permalink
    June 9, 2014 1:53 am

    This is a very interesting piece. Thanks for sharing your thoughts about it.

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