Lamps for the wall. Colourful stylised wall lamps. The brand Coloured by Art© offers surprising models to decorate and illuminate the wall.
The Calla is a majestic flower and has been the inspiration for this unique lamp series. The colourful Art Nouveau chalice shows elegant shapes and is made of beautiful types of glass. The stamen and stems are gracefully interpreted. A sign of eternal love. And also nice to know: According to Greek myths, gods drank from the chalice of this flower.
The Campunula or bellflower is a motivating flower that always cheers us up!
Fallingwater was the famous villa by American architect Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959). The Tiffany series Fallingwater is also unpredictable in natural colours.
Fly Away is so beautiful.... Countless pieces of Tiffany glass form the beautiful blue sky between which yellow butterflies flutter merrily.
Flow Souplesse has stylised flowing lines in warm yellow tones. It makes you happy!
A real winner! The French Art Deco series: Chic with a touch of glamour.
So long Frank Lloyd Wright. Geometric shapes with a touch of Japanese inspiration translated into beautiful Tiffany lamps.
Hydrangea is a much-loved flower. In the form of a cluster of beautifully puzzled Tiffany glass, this beauty can always bloom indoors!
The Industrials are sturdy and surprisingly made. The glass shades are made of small pieces of glass in a line pattern, which is not often seen.
The Lovely Flower series is beautiful and romantic to look at. The glass has been curved in the oven and the flowers are available in four colours.
The typical Mondrian style is immediately recognisable in this series.
The Nature series is based on an exotic fruit. Surprising Tiffany lamps!
The Oyster is nothing like it, but oh so original.
Playful and modern: these are the Origami lamps from Tiffany. The lamps are inspired by the Japanese art of paper folding.
Inspired by the Amsterdam School: The Parabola lamps are expressionist and warm in colour.
The Rising Sun series is sunny and sleek.
Hip and swinging are the Roundabouts!
The Tulip is a flower of the Netherlands that everyone is proud of.
Who doesn't know Tuschinski? The lamps are inspired by this famous theatre in Amsterdam.