Thursday, May 2nd, 2013 |
Monday, April 29th, 2013 |
The Lollipop Shoppe supplies premium design direct to architects, interior designers and private customers. It represents highly sought-after brands including Artek, Carl Hansen, Established & Sons, Flos, Fritz Hansen, Fredericia, Knoll, Vitra and Swedese. This is just a small selection of the eclectic Lollipop Shoppe portfolio, which is continually evolving to accommodate exciting new relationships and dealership agreements.
The key to any successful relationship is communication. The Lollipop Shoppe’s dedicated retail and contract sales teams provide an approachable-yet-professional service, underpinned by a deep knowledge of design. Staff are informed, impartial and attentive, working closely with clients to fulfil the particular needs of each brief. A single point of contact – dealing with specification, supply and installation – smoothes the whole process, managing any changes and issues along the way.
For furniture or lighting projects that live up to your highest expectations, please contact the Lollipop Shoppe contract team. Alternatively, visit our showroom to sample our products first hand and talk through your requirements.
Companies we work with include:
Scottish Portrait Gallery
Candy & Candy
Coco di Mama
Thursday, February 28th, 2013 |
An icon of modern design, Alvar Aalto’s three-legged Stool 60 celebrates its 80th anniversary this year. As one of the best-known design items in the world, Stool 60 is the quintessential piece of the Artek collection.
To celebrate this milestone, Artek has released a new range of colours.
Friday, September 28th, 2012 |
Adding to our ever changing collection of Vintage Posters, we are now stocking some beautiful anatomical wall charts.
The German Hagemann Company was established by three men; a doctor, an artist and a teacher. The three saw a need for quality educational tools in the classroom and set forth to create superior series of charts illustrating flowers, plants, animals and the human body. Each man possessing his own set of talents, the combination produced reference material the likes of which had not been seen before and has not been replicated since. Text was never printed on the charts – this way the material maintained its universal accessibility and could be used throughout Europe as a teaching aid. The lack of text also enhances their ability to be recognized as “objects de art”.
Friday, September 14th, 2012 |
New to TLS, we have some amazing architectural models from Sussex based company Chisel and Mouse. Each model is handmade in England from a strong plaster that has a reassuring weight and smooth, cool feel. We are currently stocking the Broadcast House, Battersea Power Station, Arsenal Stadium, Glasgow School of Art and the Hoover Building. Click here to see the range. For more information on these lovely models and the company that makes them click here.