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Nathalie Bernollin | The Oups!

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Nathalie Bernollin | The Oups!The Oups! table lamp.

A metallic sculpture and decorative accessory, the Oups! table lamp will bring a touch of originality to your home. You will be amazed by its shape and people will be talking about it! Its quirky style fits into and enhances any interior.

Nathalie Bernollin | The Oups!

Nathalie Bernollin | The Oups! The Oups! shelf. I created the Oups! Shelf with the idea of giving a new vision to one of the household’s most useful objects. In the hallway for your keys or post, in the kitchen for your spices, in the living room to highlight a particular object etc…the shelf can prove useful in every room in the house.

Nathalie Bernollin | The Oups!

The Oups! clock Time is important these days and my decorative Oups clock proves the point. 120 cm high and available in colours designed to enhance your interior; it will become the focal point of your home. Meet you under the clock…

Nathalie Bernollin | The Oups!

The Oups! wall light. An original wall light giving off soft light, I like to create objects that are a bit different… because you are all different.

Nathalie Bernollin | The Oups!

The Oups! standard lamp. A metallic sculpture and designer object, the Oups standard lamp will bring a touch of originality to your home. The Oups! lighting range really takes me back to my childhood…my father was a craftsman specialized in painting and I can still see his pots of paint lined up in his workshop forming a colour chart comprising all the colours he used.

Designer: Nathalie Bernollin

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