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Plus a new “Design Under the Influence”

I’m back on La Dolce Vita today with another edition of “Design Under the Influence” and I’ve gathered up some gorgeous rooms that feature a fave piece of mine: the Serge Mouille lamp. But at $2500-7500 a pop, I realize that it’s sadly not in most of our budgets. Below are some options that may just do the trick (until you win the lottery, or really really like really want to treat yourself)…

1. IKEA $49.99 // 2. WHITEONWHITE, $595 // 3. House of Troy, $350.91 // 4. Lamps Plus, $79.98 // 5. IKEA, $99.99 // 6. Jonathan Adler, $500 // 7. Urban Outfitters, $79.99 sale (or Lamps Plus, $129.99) // 8. Lamps Plus, $229.91

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I had my friend pick up this West Elm beauty last week for her breakfast nook…but it’s already sold out! (No surprise, it was on clearance for $129!)

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Be sure to check out all the room inspiration in my column over at La Dolce Vita today! You’ll be convinced you need it too.

Top photo: Heather Garrett Design, Jenna Lyons, Est Magazine

15 Comments

  • January 16, 2013 Reply

    Chelsea

    Not surprised at all that the West Elm beauty is sold out. Is it just me, or do they consistently nail it with lighting? Love this round up- you have an impeccable eye. xo

  • January 16, 2013 Reply

    Katie Waddell

    • January 16, 2013 Reply

      that girl

      I think that’s the same one as #7, but at an even better price!! Thank you Katie!

  • January 16, 2013 Reply

    Preciously Me

    The number 6 has my vote!
    I love that miw of black and brass!

  • January 16, 2013 Reply

    The Now

    Yahoooo!!! Thanks for the post. I love 2!!! Boo that West Elm ones are sold out! xo

  • January 16, 2013 Reply

    elizabeth

    I have lusted after a mouille piece for too long. I cannot decide between the white on white piece or the branch floor lamp from West Elm for my living room…great post!
    xoxo -e (modern24seven)

  • January 16, 2013 Reply

    Albertina

    oh gosh….I can’t tell you how much I want the real one….I want the sconce….for my dining room…I dream with it everyday…..thanks for all these wonderful options….2 is awesome! clicking on over to Dolce Vita

  • January 16, 2013 Reply

    Andi of My Beautiful Adventures

    It’s so cool!

  • January 16, 2013 Reply

    ComfyCozyCouture

    Number 2 is my favorite as well!!! I didn’t even catch the West Elm version, so sad because I would have scooped it up immediately!!! Loving all these picks, you’re the bomb!

  • January 16, 2013 Reply

    {The Design Daredevil} Jessie D. Miller

    I love Design Under the Influence….Erika has the best articles!

  • January 19, 2013 Reply

    michaela

    Love the lighting picks! West Elm’s lighting is always great!

  • August 18, 2013 Reply

    William

    Buy licensed edition of serge mouille two arm wall lamp

    http://www.hansenc.com/serge-mouille-two-arms-wall-lamp-reproduction

  • April 19, 2014 Reply

    greg

    Itoo purchase a wall sconce out of HK [Hansenc] .Be careful, like most of the replica sites they have pictures of originals but you will be disappointed with what arrives. I ended up buying a licensed number re-edition but alas they too seem to have simplified thing. They are power coated so will chip not age gracefully, the brass knuckle no longer sports the locking screw, the lamp holder is not brass or it holding bracket true to the originals. This has prompted me to have the components remanufactured with correct details. It has taken some time to find people with the skill and equipment to do the work but I am almost ready to make a few with the original detailing. Should be able to make them for about a quarter of the licensed re-editions.100% Australian made

    • June 30, 2014 Reply

      Perry

      Greg,
      Have you had success in making the brass knuckle with a correct locking screw? How about this. I have an (actually 2) original 1950 3 arm chandelier. One I bought at a gallery in Paris in 1996 for almost nothing. It was missing all three of the brass knuckles. I also bought one at auction (Tajan) in Paris in 2001. That one was expensive. I’ve contact Serge Mouille about buying 3 knuckles (rotules) and they won’t sell them to me.

      Please let me know if you can help me. Thanks Greg.

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