The Box Table Lamp is a sleek and contemporary piece fusing clean and stylish geometric design with the latest technology.
The classic elegance of the Boston table lamp makes it a timeless piece that would look at home in either traditional or contemporary settings suitable for both guestroom and public area interior schemes.
Sitting in front of a white sheet of paper waiting for the inspiration to design a light fitting might sound as scary as the author sitting there with his ‘writer’s block’. But given the unique role of lighting in hospitality interiors, given the enduring wish that lighting should add wow factor, given the ever faster rate of change in lighting technology and given the huge global market in which we operate, it’s often the case that designs just come tumbling out.
Inspired by the London skyline, the Crane Desk Lamp is a sleek and contemporary piece fusing clean and stylish design with the latest technology.
John Hadley has been promoted to Head of Marine Sales at Chelsom as the company consolidates its position as a leading designer, manufacturer and supplier of decorative lighting to the international hospitality and marine markets.
The distinctive elegance of the Screw table lamp makes it one of the signature fittings from Chelsom’s latest collection, a true statement piece ideal for public areas and prestigious guestrooms.
Chelsom are delighted to once again be exhibiting at HD Expo 2015 which takes place at Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas on 13th-15th May. HD Expo is the USA’s premier trade show and conference for the international hospitality industry, remaining at the forefront by offering the newest and most innovative products and services, providing inspiration and connecting hospitality professionals from all facets of the business.
Just as designing good lighting for hotels is about more than creating stylish products that are on trend and look great, being a successful contract supplier is about much more than simply manufacturing mass quantities of product and shipping it on to the associated projects. It’s essential that we consider projects on an individual basis and from multiple perspectives to ensure we can demonstrate that we are meeting not only the requirements of the interior designers but also those of the hotel operators, purchasers and above all else the guests all of whom have differing needs from the same project. So what does each party want?