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roportion is key – the aim is glow without glare and an even pool of light that doesn’t leave the edge of the table, or diners, marooned in shadow. This is impeccably demonstrated in the East Hampton home of American decorator Robert Stilin, where a mid-century metal design strikes the right note over a vintage table and chairs ( is a good place to hunt for vintage lighting). ‘Even though I keep it dimmed quite low, the way it glows from the end of each arm creates a great mood,’ says Robert. Ideally, the gap between the base of an overhead light and the top of a

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