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Vitamin Launches a New Range of Furniture, Lighting & Housewares

10.14.14 | By
Vitamin Launches a New Range of Furniture, Lighting & Housewares

Vitamin just launched a host of new furniture, lighting, and housewares at designjunction during this year’s London Design Festival. During the show, they presented seven new products, along with a few from their current range of goods.

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The Eclipse Side Table comes with a wooden inset top that rotates 180 degrees to create a larger surface. Rotated back to its smallest form lets you push the table up against a wall reducing its footprint.

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The Ninety Stool focuses not just on the seat, but on the footrest as well. Instead of being ignored like normal, the footrest is now a point of interest by being both functional and a design element.

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The K Lamp is made up of two parts – a shade diffuser and a base – out of solid ceramic that form together to create a functional lamp with a unique silhouette.

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Cone Hooks offer a place to hold your coat or your hat on the wall. The cone-shaped design was inspired by a spinning top.

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The Eclipse Mirror complements the Eclipse Table from above with a similar detail of a sliced out portion of the surface.

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The Core Range consists of three storage jars and a salt and pepper mill that are made in oak with sculptural lids.

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The Bellow Salt & Pepper Mill have simple wooden forms with a white or black bellow design detail to show you which mill is which.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.