Spence & Lyda was formed in 1997 and since then has provided the commercial sector with an extensive product range that is both classic and distinctively original.
November 21st, 2008
Characterised by dynamic colours and patterns, Spence & Lydaís broad range includes specialised lighting, loose furniture and a range of textile-based product from rugs and cushions to upholstery fabrics. The Spence & Lyda lighting range is made up of feature lighting collections from Modernica, Missoni Home and Europa.
Loose furniture, lighting and textiles.
Modernica, Missoni Home, Europa, Montina, Sambonet and Spence & Lyda.
Commercial, hospitality and residential.
Commercial projects for the Bubble lights include the Clock Hotel, NSW; the Light Brigade, NSW and Town Hall House, NSW, to name but a few.
Custom-made pieces can be ordered from Spence & Lydaís in-house collection.
Local products, 6 weeks. Imported products, 8-12 weeks.
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