The Globo series from Kähler is a warm, strong statement series with a stringent and tight shape, which matches both simple and colourful interior designs. Globo is a series of candlesticks designed in balanced and calming earth tones, granite grey and terracotta, shades that come from the warmer colour scale and reminds us of fallen leaves and sculptural pebbles on the Nordic autumn forest bed.
This expressive and innovative candlestick is made using Kähler’s centuries-old traditions. And with the Globo series, designer Dorthe Helm has added another candlestick to Kähler’s beautiful and unusual collection of candlesticks. The gentle, round shapes and muted earthy colours have a wide-ranging appeal and inject warmth and cosiness in most homes.
The ceramic candlestick has a spherical shape and rough surface and is perfect for simple home decor – both indoors and outdoors. As the Globo candlesticks come in several sizes, you can place them wherever you like. On the dining table, on the coffee table, on the garden table, on a shelf, on the bedside table, in the bathroom - the options are endless!
The different sizes and natural warm colours of the candlesticks add a special touch to the interior, depending on where in the home you light them. The tallestof the candlesticks can give the hallway or entrancesouland adda welcoming warmth whenplaced on the floor. You can also use them as a beautiful table decoration on a stylish wooden table or as a modern advent candlestick. The smaller Globo candlesticks can be combined to create an elegant and cosy display on the window sill or coffee table.
The candlesticks perfectly epitomise Danish minimalism and Kähler’s hallmarks – a simple design language and handmade design traditions. They also nod to the whitewashed houses of southern Europe, so whatever your interior decor style, these candlesticks will always fit in.
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Dorthe Helm is a Danish designer who has primarily worked with textiles and accessories for interior design, but has also recently started making ceramic designs. She graduated from the Kolding School of Design and today runs the creative design studio called Waiting for Monday together with Jasmine Watson.Read more here