New Luxe Lighting In-Store

25 July 2016

“This year has seen a resurgence in luxe living and a move away from the undecorated or minimalist trend. This takes us to a new era in interiors where we demand rich, luxurious spaces interspersed with select quality pieces that are understated and devoid of clutter” – Judith Matthews, Co-Founder of Isabelina

This new era in luxe living shines through in the Isabelina lighting collection in-store this season. For the colder months our focus has been on the art of reflection and light with glass, crystal and metallics as our materials of choice, individually crafted and personally designed by Isabelina to enhance this concept. Being winter we strive to bring warmth and light into our homes and unique lighting that is both simple in design yet understated is a means of doing this.


Glass as a core material for lighting is a natural choice as it enhances and refracts light. Our favourites this season are the ice light and terrarium clusters.

ARC14 ice light on base plate ARC23 ice light on square base ARC32 terrariums on round base ARC06 Terrarium on base plate


Metallics add warmth and elegance to a space. Our top sheens of the season are brass, silver and chrome showcased in stylish wall sconces and contemporary chandeliers.

GAR120C chrome hanging pendant cluster GAR120 brass hanging pendant cluster

GAR127C Sceptre wall sconce GAR127 sceptre wall sconce

GAR126 double crystal light wwall sconce GAR126C double crystal light wall sconce

GAR119 Flute wall sconce












The steel we have incorporated into our lighting designs this season is of a delicate nature refracting and reflecting light exquisitely.

3piece pendant cluster lee04Lee01 small ball cluster

Lee02 large fizz pendant shaped Lee05 LEE06 fizz pendant round large

View these and other lighting designs online or in-store

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