Arras Street residence of Bec George featuring our Godfrey copper lights in small.
Summer with Adore Magazine featuring our hanging planter and Palm springs white large.
To celebrate the coming holiday season, Lightly presents a curated selection of the brand’s latest and most-loved pieces, available now in-store and online.
“Giving energises you and your loved ones,” says Lightly Director and Designer Cindy-Lee Davies. “We design to enrich the lives of those who come into contact with the brand through colour and comfort, crafting easy-living pieces to create your own personal sanctuary.” SHOP GUIDE HERE
Continuing to explore tactile materials and curious forms for your everyday life, Lightly has released new pieces in its ever-growing stationery range, and two new colours in the Zenith Lamp.
Powder-coated spun metal tins, book ends and our classic planters are in all new black, sage and green. “Team these with our cast brass paperweights, card-holders and scissors to bring harmony to your work-life rituals.”
The secret gardens of Marrakesh are an oasis of peace and quiet within high walls, where plants and trees from five continents grow together as an earthly reflection of paradise.
Lightly director and designer Cindy-Lee Davies spent time designing the latest collection, Le Jardin, in the riads and sunken daybeds of Marrakesh and in the rust red surrounds of the Atlas Mountains.
“This collection is about enriching the lives of those who come into contact with the brand through colour and comfort and designing easy living products to create your own personal sanctuary,” Davies says of Le Jardin.
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As summer approaches the new living pieces from Lightly’s latest collection, Le Jardin, invite you to embrace the joys of easy living, impromptu entertaining and the peaceful sanctuary of the home.
The driving inspiration for the deep rust and valorous turmeric palette was director and designer Cindy-Lee Davies’ stay in a perfect modernist hotel in Paris, listening to afternoon jazz, whilst lounging on deep red Milo Baughman sofas.