Muddy says: A contemporary decorative lighting brand based in Folkestone and one of our Finalists for the Best Interiors Store Finalist in this year’s Muddy Awards
It’s amazing how good lighting really helps to make a house a home. Open any interiors mag or dip into your Pinterest/Insta account and you’ll quickly see the rising trend for classy and contemporary lighting. But where do you go to source original and stylish solutions to suit your space?
Do not fear as help is at hand with Fosbery Studio, one of our finalists in this year’s Muddy awards for Best Interiors Store, and the go-to destination to answer all of your lighting prayers.
Fosbery Studio is a contemporary decorative lighting store based in one of Kent’s new hot coastal destinations – Folkestone. Founded by designer Daniel Fosbery, the studio designs and makes beautiful lighting from the finest materials, to be cherished for years to come.
Daniel developed his expertise designing for hi-end interiors, working with renowned interior designers and architects to produce exquisite bespoke lighting for projects such as Manolo Blahnik’s Harrods concession, the Saga Sapphire cruise ship, luxury restaurants, hotels, and multiple private residences in the UK and overseas.In 2010 he founded the lampshade manufacturer Copper & Silk, which he still runs from Folkestone so the two companies work together nicely in tandem.
In 2018 Fosbery Studio was launched as a dedicated lighting company, specializing in the design and realization of its client’s ideas. The studio produces high-quality unique lighting to your design so if you have a design in mind for a feature pendant or a lighting scheme, get in touch.
A select range of lights designed in-house are available to view on the website if your creative juices aren’t flowing. The lights are made from a range of materials including brass, wood, glass and bone china and all parts are expertly crafted and made entirely in the UK so you can expect a fully home-grown product.
For unique lighting made to last, head to Fosbery Studio.