Covet Valley is where mid-century modern designs meet retro-inspired interiors in one of Europe’s most breathtaking landscapes. Inspired by cinema, music, fashion and architecture from the 1960s, Covet Valley is the ultimate proof that modern interiors can go classic and classic interiors can go modern. Today, we will show you some amazing lighting designs only to be found at Covet Valley – enjoy!
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The Botti floor lamp was inspired by the jazz musician Chris Botti. With an aluminum base, this modern floor light can be customized in marble, giving an even more luxurious design to your groovy interiors. This brass floor lamp has eight spotlights which offer smooth lighting and goes as tall as 70,9 inches.
The Pastorius wall lamp has an industrial-chic style and features swing arms that are an American classic. The handle made of steel with a matte black finishing gives you the possibility to adjust the lampshade upwards or downwards. Pastorius’ accordion extension and adjustable head make this industrial wall sconce perfect as a bedside reading lamp or as a workbench lighting.
With a structure handmade in brass and wood and with a top cover in perforated steel, this unique lamp has a nickel-plated and matte white finish. The dazzling lampshades are in matte black, making an incredible contrast with the matte white top cover that characterizes this contemporary chandelier. Flawless!
The Neil wall lamp is just the perfect piece of retro lighting design you’ve been waiting for. Its elegance and the fluidity of its shape blend perfectly into a modern home design or in a hospitality design project. This mid-century inspired wall light adds the innovation touch with it’s two soft round shapes that allow soft, elegant casts of light into any room.
Miranda is a fanciful and gold-colored pineapple table lamp. Formed in the shape of a pineapple, a classic symbol in decorative arts and architecture, it also means welcome and hospitality. Finished in gold-plated brass, it is named after Carmen Miranda, as she used to wear colorful and tropical fruits on her head.
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