New Belle Lights from Melbourne-based Lightly. Available in red, yellow, white, black, with flex cords in red, white, green, black, yellow.
Melbourne design dynamo Cindy-Lee Davies is at it again... this girl just does not slow down! Cindy-Lee's hugely successful Lightly brand is a brilliant local success story. Since launching the company just 5 years ago, Lightly products are now stocked across Australia and internationally... most recently she collaborated with US retail giant Anthropologie on a custom range of her popular 'Chrysalis' butterflies! (pics below).
Cindy-Lee is constantly dreaming up new product ideas - these fabulous Belle wireframe pendant lights are her most recent creation. Strikingly simple, the lights take their names from Cathedral bells - St Michael, St Paul and St Anthony. I love the colour-contrasting Flex cords - you can choose any colour combo you like!
BUT what is even better is that you could WIN one of these babies, thankyou Cindy-Lee! The prize is one St Michael wire-frame pendant lamp in black frame, red flex (top pic above).
Just leave a comment here before midnight tonight, Tuesday 13th July 2010, to be in the running! Please include your first name and email address and the winner will be randomly selected and notified tomorrow morning!
*Thanks so much for all your wonderful comments, this giveaway is now closed! The Random Number generator has spoken - the winner is comment no. 145 - congratulations Hollie!*
Top - Chrysalis butterflies for Anthropologie this year - amazingly made from reclaimed china in China! (True story!). See the piles of China saucers sourced for this project below! Bottom - Lightly's limited edition clock for Anthropologie last year.
Pics of the saucers reclaimed in China for the Anthropologie Chrysalis butterflies. Cindy Lee was so excited that she was able to find and use reclaimable saucers - unheard of in China.
PS) Hunt Lightly down during State of Design this week - Cindy-Lee currently has an installation in the window at Craft Victoria, and will be speaking this Friday at Design Victoria's 'Hello World - Exporting Design' seminar.