How to decorate your home with Foscarini designer lamps The Italian brand of Foscarini was established in Venice in 1981 and has become increasingly popular in Nordic homes during the last couple of years. You can style their lamps in a number of ways to create the perfect mood in your home. Here, we show you how 3 stylists from Sweden, Norway and Denmark decorated their homes with the Foscarini lamps Buds 3, Kurage and Rituals 2. Looking for an Italian Foscarini lamp to your home? We always have a lot of good offers and deals on our webshop. But if you are so unfortunate that your favourite Foscarini lamp is not you can use the discount code: LIGHT15. The code will give you 15% on all Foscarini lamps that are not already on sale. Remember, to choose your country for the discount code to be activated. Find all lamps from Foscarini here #1: Buds 3 with Elin Skoglund In her home with Nordic and natural tones, Elin has chosen to decorate her home with the Buds 3 lamp from Foscarini. Its shape and transparent colour in the base enables it to give contrast or extend any room in any home. Buds is named after the natural elements found in fruits, with the lamp having a double effect with a warm feeling when it is on and a cooler expression when it is turned off. The lamp was developed by Rodolfo Dordoni in the 1990s in a collection of table lamps for Foscarini in brightly coloured blown glass. Find the lamp here. View her work here #2: Kurage with Catrine Svellingen In her work with the Kurage lamp, Catrine chose to focus on its details and match its texture with a wall in natural tones. The lamp is a result of the collaboration between Italian Luca Nichetto and the Japanese design house of Nendo. The Kurage's shape and texture provide a calm light downwards. Find the lamp here. View her work here #3: Rituals 2 with Trine Roedsgaard In her minimalistic home, Trine enables to use the Rituals 2 table lamp as a decorative addition to her living room. With its base made from wood, it provides a unique contrast to a white coloured wall - both when its turned off but especially when it is dark and it is on. Find the lamp here. View her work here.