It is now more than possible to find your muse with Tala x Farrow and Ball at Homecolours!
The new collaboration between lighting specialists Tala and colour coordination experts Farrow and Ball offers a majestic series of portable lamps for inside and outside the home.
Styled around the idea of classic gardens and the inspirational form of a lantern, the new collection brings together smooth styles and a calming, reassuring image.
Farrow and Ball brings its experience of producing stunning colourways recalling the creation of pleasure gardens and fine locations to relax in.
The above Tala x Farrow and Ball Muse Portable Lamp, Hackles Black offers a brilliant contrast between the brass derailing and the black ‘hackles’ colouring.
The hackles of the black refer to the blue-black colouring of the scruff of feathers around a raven’s neck. Farrow and Ball manage to capture this evocative hue and transport it into the casing of this versatile lamp.
In technical terms, the portable lamp is superbly modern and state of the art. Perfect for both indoor and outdoor use, the lamp can be charged via USB to provide up to 24 hours of power.
The lantern offers a resilience that means it is equipped with the capacity to be repaired as needed. This, plus the fact that the lamp is prepared with an IP44 wet rating, means the lantern can deal with even the worst of weathers.
The portable Muse lamp is also available in a magical green colour from Farrow and Ball.
The Tala x Farrow and Ball Muse Portable Lamp, Pleasure Garden Green is brilliant for enjoying in the outside. The lamp can also bring a little of the early relaxation indoors as needed.
Offering a silver green-grey powder finish inspired by the gardens of the late 18th century, the lamp provides a striking piece for any occasion. Made from recycled materials, the design teams commitment to the environment is more than apparent.
The third colour creation from Farrow and Ball working with Tala in this collection makes its appearance in the Tala x Farrow and Ball Muse Portable Lamp, Candlenut White.
The gorgeous pale shade of white brings a calming sense of relaxation to the classic lantern production.
Named after the Candlenut tree whose flowering fruit offered a pre-electric lighting fuel alternative in the 19th century, the colouring design is another indication of the design’s historical significance.
All three colourways matched with the technical superiority of Tala bring a comforting and tranquil means to light the way ahead.