Mastering Lights With Louis Poulsen

Natural light is of the utmost importance to Scandinavian style: flood your home with as much of it as you can, and for as long in the day as possible. But when there is a lack of natural light, circa four months of very short days during the winters, you have to take advantage of that opportunity and add some beautiful lamps to the interior. Therefor I was very happy to team up with the masters of light Louis Poulsen to get us through the next couple of months of short days.

I think lamps can change the entire feeling of a room and create a cozy atmosphere adjusted towards the activities you perform. It’s important that you can create a cozy atmosphere in more or less all situations around the house. I used the new updated Toldbod 120 pendant giving different areas a soft glow and the perfect ambience on smaller areas I want focused, as most of the light is reflected straight down. It comes in five new updated colors, which makes it ideal for any room, and while being very simple, it still stands out with its discreet curves.

Louis Poulsen has existed in more than 140 years, but it wasn’t until a collaboration with Poul Henningsen in 1924, they really started producing lamps. And as we all know, never really looking back. Today they manufacture many of the most iconic lamps through time, incl. the PH Artichoke and PH5.

// Photos and styling by Allan Torp

Paid partnership with Louis Poulsen. Thoughts and opinions are 100% my own. Thanks for supporting collaborations that I am excited about and that have kept Bungalow5’s doors open.

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