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Hammerton Studio Introduces Nature-Inspired Illuminations

Drawing on the unique geology of their home state of Utah, Hammerton Studio curated a line-up of nature-inspired lighting designs that evoke the look of unearthed stones and minerals.

Pebble, Rock Crystal, and Gem collections blend intriguing silhouettes and modern forms with sleek materials and surprising details. This artful approach to lighting elevates a variety of today’s interior styles, making them an ideal choice for those seeking to create a refreshing and visually striking ambiance. Immerse yourself in the beauty of nature and find inspiration for your home.

The Gem Collection features asymmetrically faceted diffusers in artisan blown glass that evoke the look of rough-cut gemstones.

Each diffuser is illuminated with integrated LED, eliminating the visual distraction of a filament bulb. Gem fixtures emit a captivating glow that adds surprising drama and a unique diffusion of light on surrounding spaces.

Balancing organic and modern design elements, our blown glass Rock Crystal light fixtures magically mimic the magnificent charm of natural quartz. These exquisite ‘crystals’ are carefully handcrafted and thoughtfully arranged, exuding an ethereal glow. Integrated LED illumination showcases the unique shape and texture of each glass shade.

Beautifully finished precision-machined metalwork provides the foil for softly illuminated rondelles of artisan cast glass. In an urban interior, Pebble evokes the allure of bezel-set cabochon jewels, while In a contemporary mountain setting it echoes the glint of tumbled stones at the bottom of a nearby stream bed.

Celebrating a modern organic aesthetic, these three nature-inspired lighting designs evoke the timeless look of unearthed stones and raw crystals.

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