Believe it or not sometimes an eye-catching lighting item can be the finishing touch that a space truly needs. Today we feature 20 rooms that creatively incorporate lighting in the form of a floor lamp.
In the tradition of a beaded necklaces the Abacus Floor Lamp from West Elm features a string of glass orbs united around a stem with an antique bronze finish. The striking shade and glistening shine demand to be noticed in this living area filled with neutral shades…
What I like a lot about these lamps in addition to their versatility is the fact that the feeding cable has a significant visual role in the ensemble.
In a similar fashion the Steel Arc Floor Lamp has a stainless steel finish as well as a stainless steel mesh shade in a warm earthy shade. There’s an abundance of glowing neutral tones in this space. It simply needed a large curved piece to take the lead…
Well ahead of its time when it first arrived on the scene it is a perfect fit for every modern home. While placing it perfectly takes a bit of care and planning get it right and you will add a distinct style statement to your home. A lighting installation that goes way beyond the bare minimum!
Red can also be a great way to tie everything together in a room that features a LOT of the color. Like the wallpapered space below from from Liz Levin Interiors. What better way to illuminate the room than with a red-based lamp that boasts a white shade?!
Much like the previously described Mamacloud it covers most of the dining table and is suited for a round one as well as a rectangular one. Light and refined it could be seen as the modern minimalistic re-interpretation of the precious chandelier with an imposing presence in the dining room.
You might think that the wallpaper is star of this retro-modern space… However we think the featured Excel Floor Lamp by Roll & Hill (available at YLighting) really steals the spotlight!
This creation by Villa Tosca Design for Slamp is another example of light and airy presence over the dining table. The stylized shade in red green or white inspired by vegetation forms surrounds the light source like a nest of delicate paper cut filtering the light indirectly for ambient effects. It is a neat original and convenient designer lamp which adds refinement and extravagance in a light and purist to slightly retro layout.
Tell us about your favorite floor lamps above. Is there an item that caught your eye? Do you own one of these pieces? Share your thoughts about your lighting style and how it complements your space. Leave a comment below…
The synthetic shade available in hot pink white and turquoise is wrapped around the light source and has a slight transparency which gives off indirect light effects through a very neat effect in addition to the actual lighting and the joyful appearance. A creation of Vicente Garcia Jiménez inspired from the Guggenheim Museum in New York Le Soleil exudes cosmopolitan taste and joie de vivre.
But rearranging your furniture periodically to spice up the look of your home is an inescapable task. This is where the versatility of the willing floor lamp comes to the fore! While other lighting installations are hard to move around the floor lamp can be shifted with ease.
Beautiful pendant lights and lovely sconces are not just relegated to the modern kitchen and living spaces. Traditionally bedroom lighting has always been a combination of attractive table lamps and smart recessed lighting.
Pendant lights come in a multitude of shapes sizes colors and designs. When it comes to picking a pendant light the options are almost endless. This is probably why they can be the most exciting and invigorating addition to your trendy bedroom.
Arco looks equally appealing whether it is placed in the middle of the room hovering above your couch or if it is placed in the corner next to the bed. Its presence is simply unmistakable.