Christmas Table & Dining Room Decoration

Roll & Hill Interior Lighting Designs

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Agnes Hanging Candelabra Chandelier- 10 Candles - Roll and Hill

Founded this year by Jason Miller, Roll & Hill already is known as an “ambitious” lighting company coming straight out of Brooklyn to brighten boutique hotels, commercial venues and private residences. Given that the holidays are fast approaching, we suggest that you start thinking of Christmas table and dining room decoration. Make it easy on yourself by purchasing a new “statement” piece that also serves as a conversation piece as it lights up your home. 

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Modo Chandelier - 3 Sided - 10 Globe - Designed by Jason Miller for Roll & Hill

The design of Jason Miller’s Modo Chandelier (2009) was inspired by off-the-shelf industrial parts like those found on Canal Street not too far from his Brooklyn studio. The Modo was first presented at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) in New York City in 2009.

Miller is responsible for producing 2003’s instant classic “Superordiante Antler Lamp” still carried by Design Within Reach.

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Superordiante Antler Lamp designed by Jason Miller for Roll&Hill

Described by Brooklyn-based designer Jason Miller as “nature made better,” the Superordinate Antler Collection (2003) could be called an artful collision between hunting lodge décor and high-end contemporary design. Made completely out of ceramic with classic flame light bulbs at its tips, it will certainly provide a bright conversation piece for your next dinner party. When turned on, the bulbs throw shadows of the branch-like antlers onto the walls and ceiling, creating further decorative forms.

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Superordinate Antler Chandelier designed by Jason Miller for Roll & HillToday Roll & Hill enhances Jason Miller’s fame as he continues to produce uniquely beautiful chandeliers, table lamps, floor lamps and lighting fixtures. Miller continues to shift the way we see and use light. Hopefully we are all much brighter because of it.

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