Titania & Oberon

A sultry pair of gilded and découpaged nightstands with alcove lights.


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Named after the King and Queen of the fairies in William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, this exquisite pair of cabinets will bring a touch of theatrical fantasy to your room.

A magical wallpaper featuring nocturnal dragonflies, bold florals and twinkling stars has been used to découpage around the cabinet front and sides.  Both of the tops and the cabriole legs of these nightstands have been treated to gilding with black metal leaf and finished in a shiny varnish.  Oberon and Titania are topped with a subtle rough-luxe texture where shards of the glistening purple metal leaf are visible against the black finish.

The cabinet recesses have been finished in a lustrous deep purple metal leaf, illuminated by concealed LED lighting, delightfully bringing them to life.  The mains powered and switch operated lighting also provides a soft and practical night light. 

The handles have also been gilded in the purple leaf as the perfect finishing touch to this truly unique pair.

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Additional information

Dimensions 37 × 34 × 65.5 cm

Gilded in metallic purple


The front and sides are wrapped in "Nocturnal" by Arthouse.


The light source has a lifetime of approx. 25,000 hours. This corresponds to about 20 years if the lamp is on for 3 hours per day. The light colour is a warm white (2700 Kelvin). Wipe clean with a damp cloth.

For indoor use only. Regularly check the cord, the transformer and all other parts for damage. If any part is damaged the product should not be used. The light source is not replaceable; when the light source reaches its end of life the whole light will need to be replaced. The external flexible cable or cord of the light cannot be replaced; if the cord is damaged, the luminaire shall be destroyed and will need to be replaced.


We were inspired to name this pair by this fantastic image of Karina Gonzalez as Titania and Aaron Robison as Oberon in John Neumeier's 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'.

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