Featured in ELLE DECORATION, our best-selling New-York Black & Copper wall light is a favourite of Interior Designers for residence & commercial projects and has already been used in various projects in the UK, US, UK, France and Canada.
With their geometric lines and contrasting matte finish & copper tone, the lights from the Black and Copper collection adds a boutique hotel feel to any room.
While this New-York Black & Copper wall light and its sister version in small come with a clear wire and switch to be plugged into the wall, previous customers have drilled into the back plate and wire the light directly into the wall for commercial projects.
Please note that we can not be hold responsible for any amendments you wish to make to the light.
FOR MORE INSPIRATION:
>> See our lamps in the KIN Café in West London
>> In her home in France, our Creative Director Karine used the New-York wall light as a bed light against the Scrapwood wallpaper by Piet Hein Eek and completed the look with a soft, gorgeous stonewashed linen duvet cover.
• Material: Metal
• Dimensions: Ø15 x H15 (shade) x L70 cm approx
• Back plate is Ø13 cm. Overall height: approx. 17 cm (closed) to 26.5 cm (streched out)
• Dimensions of the light spread out from axe of the back plate to axe of the shade: 67.5 cm
• Wiring not required. Comes fitted with a clear cable, a clear switch & a plug
• Colour: matte black (outside) & copper finish (inside)
• E14 Bulb screw (not supplied) Max 40W 230 V AC 50Hz
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
• Can it be wired into the wall? Yes, it has been done before. You’ll need to drill into the back plate but it is feasible.
• Can it be wired to a US plug? Yes, we’ve sent several lights to the US for residential & commercial projects but we recommend you use the service of a professional electrician to do so.
• Can it swing easily, move? Yes, it swings nicely and can be used as a bed lamp like our Creative Director used it in her home (photo with Scrapwood wallpaper)
• Is the light UL listed? No it isn’t but it follows the EU and UK norms