The Milan series is one of our best selling lamp series over the years. The lamps are made of steel, verdigrised green, gold and copper finish. As the name suggests, the Milan table lamps are produced in Italy and the series includes table lamps with one or two arms with glass lampshades.
The Heiberg lamp was produced in several sizes. Most people know only the white / off white version, which is clearly the most common, but the Heiberg lamp was also made in delicate pink and green colours, but these are not common.
Lamp with colours
If you have kept your home in white colours, a table lamp with clear bright colours can be a really good input. The green and yellow lamps with flowers are beautiful and decorative. They light up at home and spreads joy. They will be seen and admired for their colours. The white lamp with blue flowers is a bit more subdued alternative, which can also be used as a lamp in the cottage.
Dyberg Larsen (Homepage is in Danish) is a new and forward-moving name in Danish lamp design. The design differentiate itself by the use of geometric and by nature inspired shapes set together in inspirering ways. The Pineapple series is a good example of this with its geometric plates set together to form a pineapple.
Dyberg Larsen's own series of table lamps have been designed by the designer Frank Kerdil, who shapes the lamps in a beautiful design that is easy assemble. The series of Pineapple lamps are made for fast assembly and at the same time they give of a pleasant light in the room.
The lamps from Dyberg Larsen er made to fit into any home both the classic and the modern minimalistic. The table lamps from Dyberg Larsen has white as base color, but also exist in black, golden, cupper-colored and in aluminium-color, which gives a beautiful alulook.
The table lamps are suitable for the small table by the sofa and by the television to give extra light. Furthermore Dyberg Larsen's lamps are also suitable for decorative lamp and light composition, where the various lamps are put together. For instance the Pineapple table lamp can be put together with the floor lamp and the pendant to form and ensemble matching each other in a part of the living room. Thus you draw out the lamp visually in a way that makes it work both as lighting and as a decorative arrangement.
99 % of the lamps of Dyberg Larsen are produced and assembled at their factory in Asperup, Denmark, so it is both Danish design and production. Dyberg Larsen is thus set in the same tradition as Le Klint, who produces their lamp shades in Odense, Denmark.