Glass lamp 6 eur
Huge scented candle
Sink reflections or sponge nazi
Metal lamp, 59 eur
MARLOWE Bubble glass and metal touch table lamp, 90 eur.
Designed by Aaron Probyn exclusively for Habitat, the Marlowe bubble glass touch table lamp has a contemporary flask shape and emits a pretty, sparkling light.
A halogen bulb is ideal for this lamp, which has a golden, brushed-metal touch base with 3 settings – on, off or dimmed.
Scented candle with a lid
Marble lamp, there is a table version too. Dumbo 35 eur
Cute little thing, that’s why me took it home
Metal lamp SOL 65 eur
Similar to RAE – The Rae black metal triple drop ceiling light features 3 shades that are height adjustable, allowing them to be arranged in a cluster or staggered. 35 eur for a set.
POISE Walnut and copper LED desk lamp
Designed by Aaron Probyn exclusively for Habitat, the stunning Poise walnut/copper LED desk lamp combines solid stained wood with on-trend metal in copper finish.
Energy-efficient LED strip lighting is built into the lamp’s adjustable arm, maintaining the integrity of the design’s minimalist lines. The task lamp can be angled up and down, allowing you to direct light where required.
Spun bamboo table lamp with fabric shade, 20 eur
Diffeerent colours, fabric shade – 10 eur
Glass lamp, 10 eur Remindes of Muuto Cozy lamp
Ribbon lamp, black powder-coated steel, design Claire Norcross.
Ceramic clock, 19 eur
Elvis candle holder, two sizes 19-29 eur
Glen wall clock, 35 eur, marble
Portobello, glass table lamp wo sizes, 35-45 eur
Part of the Kasha modular sofa range, available in various sizes, fabric and colour options.
Lamp base 22 eur
Wood and metal table lamp 49 eur
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Remindes a little bit of now most in table lamp – Snoopy table lamp from FLOS.
Heavy lamp by Habitat, made of marble, 80 eur
Stool – bin – basket – side table. All in one. The lid can be used on both side – one is white, the other one is wood coloured. 100 eur
The Blyth saffron yellow or grey storage side table keeps surfaces clutter free, while its attractive combination of bamboo veneered lid and glossy lacquered base interiors. A versatile design that can be used in the living room, bedroom or office and will complement most contemporary homes.
YVES. White or black metal tripod floor lamp base. Habitat is famous for their numerous lamp shades, free choice of base and shade. You can always buy a new lamp shade for 20-30 eur, they are all normed and have a new lamp for little money!
RAFI Black and gold metal floor lamp, 30 eur
Designed by and exclusive to Habitat, the lamp’s shorter than usual height makes it ideal for placing alongside a sofa or armchair as a reading light.
The Rafi light is also available in other colours and sizes.
Salad bowl, 10 eur
MACADAM 4 metal folding chairs, 35 eur, in- and outdoor
JERRY Dining Chair
Stylish and comfortable the Jerry grey dining chair is a classic design in moulded plastic with an upholstered seat pad for added comfort and light oiled solid oak legs.
Braxton chair – white or transparent
JACOBS Grey Upholstered Storage Bench
The Jacobs grey fabric upholstered storage bench combines form and function in a compact and curvy design that can be placed at the end of the bed, in the hallway or provide extra seating at the dining table.
BACCO Grey Upholstered Dining Chair
White metal chairs
Are you familiar with Habitat? Affordable, chic and really good quality products. In the next five design posts I will show here some of their products. Their sectionals are heaven. One of the best I ever sat on. It is better version of IKEA. Products with higher quality. Ceramic, wood and leather, no cheap materials.
Habitat is a retailer of household furnishings in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Spain, and has franchised outlets in many other countries. Founded in 1964 by Sir Terence Conran, I guess that every passionate interior junkie has at least one of his books at home. Part of the company belongst to the Kamprad family – IKEA.
As of November 2015, the company operates stores in Belgium, China, Finland, France, French Guyana, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Iceland, La Réunion, Luxembourg, Madagascar, Malta, Martinique, Montenegro, Norway, Philippines, Qatar, Saint-Martin, Singapore, South Africa, Saudi Arabia,Spain, Sweden and Thailand.
In 1964 Habitat was at its most influential – it was a revolutionary new way of looking at retail and homeware,” says British designer Tom Dixon, who was appointed head of design at Habitat in 1998 and worked for the company until 2008.
Habitat brought well-designed items into peoples homes before they knew what design was,” explains former head of the Royal College of Art’s Design Products programme Tord Boontje.
Does Habitat has future?
“It will struggle in the contemporary landscape where there is constantly increasing competition from fashion brands like Zara getting interested, American giants like Anthropologie and CB2 coming over and the global monsters like IKEA dominating,” says Tom Dixon.
25 eur, ceramic lamp
Aldgate lamp 28 eur
Aio tea pot
Armand Lamp, remindes of Artemide Onfale
129 eur, with Habitat card you will usually get 15% off.
Baja, ceramic lamp, 69 eur
Most of the pillows are beautifully dense and heavy and keep their shape even after being used for hours.
Bosco, 1290 eur, super comfortable becauuse of real mattress
This armchair is crazy comfortable! Made to last for many years. 599 eur
What is this?
Concrete and glass