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Zora 1970s-style pendant light at Habitat

Zora 1970s-style pendant light at Habitat
Zora 1970s-style pendant light at Habitat
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It might not be as obvious on the high street, but Habitat is still around. And producing designs like this Zora 1970s-style pendant light.

I should do a round-up of new retro designs at Habitat as there are quite a few in the new range. But in the meantime, let’s focus on what is, for me, the star of the show and a light fitting I want in my house as soon as possible.

Zora 1970s-style pendant light at Habitat
Zora 1970s-style pendant light at Habitat

 

It’s a wonderful design that mixes a classic midcentury Scandinavian look with a deep shade of green that you might associate with the 1970s. It is part of a larger and growing range of retro pieces that take inspiration from that era going by the name of Citrine. if you want to explore them, you can see what is available now right here. Brown and green are very prominent shades.

Zora 1970s-style pendant light at Habitat
Zora 1970s-style pendant light at Habitat

 

As for there Zora, this is the kind of light that would look great over a dining table, but is also flexible enough to work in your living room, your hallway or even your bedroom too. Personally, I have an eye on this as a feature light in the hall.

The three layers are constructed from olive green-tinted glass, matched up with a black ceiling rose.

Zora 1970s-style pendant light at Habitat
Zora 1970s-style pendant light at Habitat

 

If you don’t like the 1970s as a design era then this is probably not for you. But I love the bold idea of that particular decade and as I said earlier, can’t wait to pick one up.

Just online (and likely in other Habitat outlets too) the light fitting sells for £160.

Find out more at the Habitat website

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