The Global Views Story
Established in 1997, Global Views approaches the macrocosm of home décor with an expansive and eclectic world view. In what seems like a very short period of time, the company, along with distinctive brand partners in Studio A and DwellStudio, have amassed a home furnishings assortment of over 2500 products that have been sourced from around the globe.Read More
The curated collection, ranging from ornamental period pieces to deco-inspired decor to ethno-informed artisanal discoveries, offers a consistently updated mix of styles that are alternately elegant, exotic, refined and casual. Global Views offers just that – stylish lighting fixtures and furniture imbued with a global perspective that can accommodate a spectrum of design sensibilities. Call it Global Chic.
Why We Love Global Views
Diversity. While it is hard not to overstate the universal point-of-view that serves as the Global Views calling card, so to speak, that does not equate to a catalog littered with indigenous tchotchkes. Ditto for Studio A, a well-edited assemblage of styles that are rich in texture and elemental in design. From master glass blowers in Poland to supremely skilled ceramicists in Portugal, Studio A bypasses the world of mass-production in favor of unique, handcrafted and design-centric products.
DwellStudio, known for its adventuresome home furnishings, provides a decidedly contemporary counterpoint with a mélange of mid-century motifs. The uncluttered collection promotes clean simplicity, with sculptural geometrics and organic silhouettes advancing a modernist aesthetic.
A Fun Fact About Global Views
The Studio A line has come a long way since its inception in 2005. During that first year in business, the company’s best-selling product was a rice paddy paddle mounted on a stand.
Noteworthy Lighting from Global Views
Partition the space in your manor house using the Global Views Top Hat Lighted Room Divider. A decidedly masculine fixture, the 3’ x 6’ metal framework is a mix of straight and curvilinear lines, that goes perfectly alongside a Galapagos Bar Armoire. The two are Perfect for lining the underground labyrinth of your lair.
Unique with traditional charm. The Hudson Valley Cheshire 2-Light Wall Sconce presents a romantic, diffused light via its black brass shades. But look closer and see the gold interior of the shades, reflecting the light and creating an elegance for ...
The Dresden LED Wall Sconce by Kuzco Lighting has a clean, contemporary build and brings a functional, adjustable touch to spaces. A smooth rectangular backplate that crisply bends to create a shelf supports a round puck light with an adjustable ...
A timeless, elegant design combined with the finest quality craftsmanship and materials. The Robert Abbey Echo Wall Sconce features an off-white Fondine fabric shade set against a softly lustrous wall plate. At 12" in total height and 8" wide, this ...
With a nod towards minimalist industrial style, the Lexi Wall Sconce by Mitzi - Hudson Valley Lighting adds personality to your favorite spaces. A utilitarian design features a socket with classically inspired shapes and textures, a carbon filament bulb and ...
When crisp light meets a cappuccino, one gets the Ingo Maurer Light au Lait Wall Sconce. Its coffee cup-like appearance makes for an excellent conversation piece and features a spoon pull chain for tongue-in-cheek, on/off capabilities. Swivels 180 degrees and ...