Tag Archives: Table Lamp

One category in which we have the most diverse offerings is out table lamp category. When we feature our lamps, we file the post under this tag. Here are a number of our most popular offerings at this time; The Ginevra Table Lamp is a study in contrasts. The ceramic body in a lush reactive olive is the focal point of the composition because the other design details have been left light and airy. The Cueva Table Lamp is made of terracotta with an orange-glazed surface that has been scratched away to reveal the naturally gray material. In the process, we’ve created a kicky pattern in a matte-glossy interplay that will bring a spot of color and slivers of fun into a space. Though its body may appear it has thin threads encircling it, our Shasta Table Lamp is made of ceramic into which these striations have been carved. Though our design team could have treated the entire body of the lamp to this textural complexity, the aqua crackle surface was left untouched as the lamp rises toward the vanilla linen shade to create greater interest.

Courtney McLeod on Her Favorite Products

Courtney McLeod of Right Meets Left Interior Design.
Courtney McLeod of Right Meets Left Interior Design.

On the blog today, we’re continuing our series featuring the product picks of industry influencers. Courtney McLeod has chosen her favorites among the offerings we introduced in April. But before we roll out her list, we’ll share a bit more about her and her New York City-based firm. We’re illustrating the story with images of several projects her company has realized in which she placed some of our favorite products!

Introducing Courtney McLeod

Courtney McLeod utilized our Figuier mirrors and Sozanni wall sconces in this master bath because they fit perfectly with her nature-inspired, updated take on early 20th century American Craftsman design.
Courtney McLeod utilized our Figuier mirrors and Sozanni wall sconces in this master bath because they fit perfectly with her nature-inspired, updated take on early 20th century American Craftsman design.

Courtney McLeod is the founder and principal of Right Meets Left Interior Design, an award-winning Manhattan-based full-service design studio. An avid colorist at heart, Courtney draws from a kaleidoscopic toolbox of texture, pattern, and color to create rooms evocative of one emotion above all others—joy.  Her work has been featured in print both in the U.S. and abroad, including Luxe Interiors + Design, Modern Luxury, and Aspire Design + Home magazines. She is a 2019 High Point Market Style Spotter and was included on the 2019 list of emerging designers by Luxe Interiors + Design Magazine. Courtney is also an S. Harris brand ambassador. 

Courtney chose one of our Antibes chandeliers and our Rhyme Red table lamps for this den. “The red of the lamps served as a wonderful pop of color against the blue walls and the Antibes dazzles in the small space,” Courtney explains. “It is a glamorous and unexpected mix.”
Courtney chose one of our Antibes chandeliers and our Rhyme Red table lamps for this den. “The red of the lamps served as a wonderful pop of color against the blue walls and the Antibes dazzles in the small space,” Courtney explains. “It is a glamorous and unexpected mix.” Photography courtesy of John Neitzel.

Prior to founding her firm, Courtney earned a business degree from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and completed design-related studies at Parsons, Pratt, and NYSID. The name Right Meets Left perfectly reflects her approach to the design process, which is rooted in the balance of creative design (right brain) and analytical rigor (left brain). The spaces she designs express both her client’s unique tastes and her vivid, collected aesthetic.  

Courtney Chooses Her Favorite Products

Antibes Chandelier by Currey & Company is one a Courtney McLeod favorite

The elegant shape of our Antibes Chandelier and the unexpected material from which it is made captured Courtney’s attention. We added a small chandelier to the family of fixtures this spring. “It manages to feel airy and light, while also filling a large space,” she explains. “We recently placed it in the den of a show house and I am using it in the media room of a client. I typically am attracted to more sleek and glamorous materials but the more casual rattan in the Antibes won me over. I love the idea of using this fixture in a smaller space as a play on volume and proportion. I would mix it with sleeker elements and bold color for an unexpectedly perfect combination.”

Sayan Black Dining Table by Currey & Company

About her attraction to the Sayan Black Dining Table, she notes the hook was the sophisticated combination of the bold geometric shape of the base and the black cerused oak finish. “Cerused oak is one of my favorite specialty finishes,” she says. “The black stained oak adds an extra dose of glamour to the piece. The Sayan would be perfect for an urbane, high-rise apartment in NYC. I imagine a chic executive pairing this piece with a statement chandelier and jewel-tone velvet chairs. And the size is a perfect fit for a smaller space.”

Sonoran Table Lamp by Currey & Company is a Courtney McLeod favorite

It was the shape of the shade and the smooth matte porcelain finish on the base of our Sonoran Table Lamp that caught Courtney’s eye. “Given the style of the base, the lamp has a pre-historic feel, as if it was discovered by an archeologist. But it also manages to feel contemporary, which is impressive! I would love to see this lamp in a breezy Santa Barbara estate—a cream on beige room with a focus on texture.”

Jackfruit Large Vase by Currey & Company

With our Jackfruit Large Vase, it is the polished bronze finish on the interior paired with the rough, green exterior that inspired her to describe it as fantastic: “I see this piece on a modern, clean-lined mantle as a distinctive pop of style.”

Summer Sizzles

We can’t thank Courtney McLeod enough for sharing with our readers her favorite products. As we move into August, we hope your summer is sizzling as vivaciously as her design style! You can find Courtney on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest to see more of her vibrant style. To see other influencers sharing their favorite products, click through to these posts: Jennifer Leonard, Teresa Davis, Victoria Lidstrom, and Sara Hillery.