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A Candy-Colored World

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Hikari Design

A few weeks ago, I did a post about one of my favorite interior design brands, Roche Bobois. Today, I’d like to share with you one of my favorite Japanese design houses. This is the wonderful Hikari Design, and I want nearly everything they make!

You have probably seen knock-offs of their graceful Light of Life all over the place, but the design is all Hikari. When the brand was founded in 2016, their main goal was to design and produce entirely original pieces that looked like nothing else on the market. It’s kind of ironic that they’re the ones being copied now.

“From the start, our mission was to create eye-catching and breathtaking products that are reminiscent of quality pieces of Art. Designed by our talented team, in line with Japanese elegance and minimalism. Our products are made with the belief that home living should be easy and expressive. All our products are designer made by our in-studio artisans.”

About Hikari

You can check out all of Hikari Designs’ beautiful things on their website and on Instagram and Facebook.

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

13 thoughts on “A Candy-Colored World

  1. Those are really clever. I especially like the ‘air plants’. Mine got lost in the move. Hal

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  2. Now this is the kind of minimalism I can get on board with. Spartan and pared back spaces I cannot do but simple, elegant design definitely appeals to me. The lamp is lovely and I also really like the cutlery and crockery.

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  3. Yes! They are indeed being copied and so thanks for revealing the original.

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  4. “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery…” I love it all too!

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  5. Just fell down the flatware rabbit hole—I long for the day when no offspring reside with us and we can employ the Paris flatware without fear of finding it glued to the dried milk in a week old bowl of cereal…..I’ll be saving my pennies for the future….

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