The foolproof guide to garden lighting
Spring has now officially arrived. Will you change the hour or your clock? We propose a selection of clocks that will hold back time in your spaces. And, did you know that the clocks are going forward to adjust to the sunlight? We also encourage you to consume light responsibly with our lighting articles.
Off or on, but make it Manz
If there is one place where light and time are important, it's the bedroom. Getting a good night's sleep is really important to start the day well. So, make sure you get enough sleep and that you have the right lighting in your bedroom. We recommend the Manz collection, with a glass sphere that diffuses the light and one of the Pari clocks that come in various shapes and colours. It’s up to you.
Good job! Take a break
For your creativity to flow, as well as inspiration, you need your work area to be properly lit. The Andro lamp is the best option. You can move the light to focus it as you like and use any E14 bulb. Remember to take breaks! Good work is done step by step. For this we suggest you get a Peters clock, a design article that will tell you when it's time to take a break.
We love it when the sunlight pours into our living room in the daytime but what do we do when the sun goes down? If the daylight hours are too few for you, opt for a pendant lamp that lights the entire space, like the Maple lamp. But if what you are after is a more intimate atmosphere, the Ridley lamp is without doubt the one for you. Have the two options available to have the ideal light ready for every occasion.
The time for exchange is here
The clock is one of the accessories you can personalise your living room with. You can match it to your furniture, or use it to make a contrast and create a point of focus and interest. Alexia clocks, made with terrazzo, serve both purposes and will continue to serve should you redecorate. Put the hour forward to get hold of one quicker.