Rattan light fixtures, small furniture and rattan coffee tables, nesting floor lamps
The Belgian house Vincent Sheppard designs and manufactures a large collection of furniture with a bohemian chic spirit. The story begins in 1992 with the desire to preserve the weaving technique called "Loyd Loom", invented at the beginning of the 20th century by an American entrepreneur Marshall B. Loyd. The technique involves wrapping Kraft paper around a wire. A collection of high-end Loyd Loom chairs and armchairs in refined shades allows Vincent Sheppard to meet with rapid and international success. In recent years, Vincent Sheppard has been expanding its range to offer complete universes. It is first a beautiful range of wooden tables that completed the catalog and today, quite naturally a range of lighting and small rattan furniture that he offers us. Vraiment Beau, lighting specialist, essentially presents this part of the Vincent Sheppard collection in its catalog.