Sourcing lamps for a recent styling project, I found myself lingering over these beautiful images of the Theia by Marset. Designed by Mathias Hahn in 2016, the lamp’s name is borrowed from the Greek goddess Theia – mother of the sun, the moon and the dawn. Featuring two intersecting half-spheres, the light has two faces which can be discovered by simply swivelling the fixture around its central axis. From light to shadow with a single gesture, it can be used as a reading lamp, or alternatively pointed towards an object or a wall, creating a subtle, indirect light that immediately warms the atmosphere. Available as both a Table and Floor lamp in either black or white, find out more about the beautiful lamps here.

How incredible is this bedroom and view? I also love the crockery (in the first image) by Max Lamb for 1882 Ltd

The Theia Table Lamp in white looks stunning aside the art work Museo De Art Abstracto by Eduardo Chillida. You can find similar pieces here and here. The Eduardo Chillida rugs are also incredible. This one here is a personal favourite.

Styling and photography by Openhouse Magazine for Marset 

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