Brass and Marble Mix in the Jana Lamp

Light it up with this spectacular creation from Arteriors

By Kate Calamusa February 27, 2015

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This article originally appeared in the March 2015 issue of Seattle magazine.

With its rich gleam and sculptural quality, brass gets top marks for lending polish to home decor. Lighting fires this spring: a wide array of brass-kissed lamps available at local shops and favorite haunts, including the slick Jana lamp by Arteriors ($648; Digs showroom, Ballard, 2002 NW Market St.; 206.457.5709; digsshowroom.com), with an adjustable round shade set on a creamy square marble base.

 

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