Pooky lights as chosen by the UK’s top interior designers – Part 3

Here’s another Pooky lighting edit - as selected by some of the UK’s top interior designers...

Our ‘Meet the Interior Designer’ feature has seen us interview lots of very stylish people on the Pooky blog, including the biggest names in the industry – have a browse through them here. One of the questions we ask is ‘What’s your favourite Pooky light?’ – which is an excellent excuse to showcase some of our lighting ‘greatest hits’. In Part 1 Matthew Williamson, Luke Edward Hall, Lucy Barlow and Shanade McAllister-Fisher picked their preferred Pooky lights, while part 2 featured Jessica Buckley, Willow Crossley, Grant Pierrus and Lauren Gilberthorpe. Here’s part 3...

Jackson - chosen by Rita Konig

Interior designer and columnist Rita Konig is one of the biggest names in the UK interiors world. Her website and Instagram accounts are absolute musts if you like stylish things. In our Q&A with Rita she explained her love of ‘organised chaos’ - and picked the Jackson table lamp in bronze as her favourite Pooky light. Read our Q&A with Rita here.

Chukka wall lights – chosen by Octavia Dickinson

After a career in the art world and spells working with Cindy Leveson and Flora Soames, Octavia Dickinson has a name for herself as an interior designer with a striking, colourful but very English style. Pooky lights pop up frequently in here projects, including wall lights. 'Asking me to choose a favourite is a hard question as there are so many that are wonderful to use in different places and ways. I have recently used the Double Chukka wall light in The Pheasant Inn and it looks incredibly smart.' Read our Q&A with Octavia here.

Wexford table lamp - chosen by Carlos Garcia

Spanish-born Carlos Sánchez-García divides his time between London and Norfolk, creating stunning interiors for projects as diverse as rural Georgian rectories and modern metropolitan penthouses with is company Carlos Garcia Interiors. We love the way his rooms have a real sense of place and history, thanks to a technique he calls ‘generational layering’– the clever mixing and matching of old and new materials and objects (see his Instagram account for lovely examples. Carlos often uses Pooky lights and struggled to pick a single favourite: “So many to choose from! The beautiful proportions and mix of materials on the Wexford, the impossibly chic Miami, the wonderfully sleek Galore…” Read our Q&A with Carlos here.

Artur table lamp - chosen by Alexandra Langdon

Alexandra Langdon is a Suffolk-based interior designer - we love her beautiful, elegant rooms that mix traditional and contemporary styles. 'I love the effect of warm light so like to include a variety of lamps in my designs. The Artur is a favourite, bringing colour and pattern into a scheme, especially when paired with a marble shade.' Read our Q&A with Alexandra here.

At Pooky we make beautiful lamps for beautiful interiors. Browse our blog for inspiration and see our current collection of designer lamps and shades here.