This might be one for our regular space age contributors (you know who you are). That's because we're not sure of the model name of this pair of 1970s iGuzzini table lamps.
The seller has these down as 1970s, but the look of these cocoon bedside table lamps looks a little earlier to us.
Like picking up design at bargain prices? Of course you do! It's probably worth your while then to sign up for Llustre, the latest member's shopping site, which in this case specialises in design for the home. At the moment their selection includes a rather tasty offer on Gras lamps.
For an alternative to all the task lamps that have been dominating the high street recently but still with a classic look, take a look at the Otis lamp made by Nocturne.
Pictured here is the table lamp version, which is available in white or this more unusual orange option. It measures 27 cm in diameter and stands at 31cm high. It gives out a soft mood light. If you want a stronger room light, then the floor standing version is a better option. It is 75 cm in diameter and 78cm tall, but is only available with a white shade. The table lamps cost just over £20 and the floor lamp a little over £56.
Visit the Ikea website for more information.
The Wakefield designer produces lampshades and cushions covered in her abstract designs. In addition, she works with an upholster to rework old furniture, as in the case of the chair pictured, which uses her Dot dash fabric. You can also buy her fabric by the metre to use in creations of your own.
Prices start at £62 for a cushion, while this chair costs £650.