Apart from freeing up precious space they can also allow you to use your bedside table in more ways than one. With the table lamp gone you can decorate the table with vase arrangements a collection of framed photographs or even use that space to stack up your favorite titles that carry to bed each night. For the workaholics among us it leaves some space for the laptop or even the smartphone along with the latest iPad!
Since this is one room in the home where functionality takes precedence over form and elegance recessed lights work beautifully in here. The area above the bathroom vanity and the spot above the tufted headboard in the bedroom are also popular places where can lights unravel their magic!
Recessed lights or can lights (as they are sometimes called in the US) bring along with them a multitude of features. Doubling up to provide both ambient and focused illumination they are a great addition for the modern ergonomic kitchen.
Designed by the Castiglioni brothers in 1962 the is a modern décor icon that has stood the test of time. Pendant lights and chandeliers often come with some innate amount of inflexibility after their installation.
Lampshades in black are not as popular as the ones in various vivid colors. Yet black lampshades bring along with them a multitude of advantages that accentuate the aesthetics of your house.
Speaking of fiery hues the Atomic Lobster Arc Floor Lamp from CB2 is stunning with its chrome base and lobster disc (which features a white interior). Use it to add a brilliant pop of color to your space as shown in the mustard gold room below. Note the way it complements tones like Kelly green sapphire blue olive and teal:
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!
Or you can go with white! In fact this white floor lamp brightens up the space it inhabits especially since gray and wooden accents dominate the room. The lamp brings out the color of the walls reminding us that it’s OK to be crisp in a space filled with rich tones.
A similar curve can be seen in the Roman Ring Floor Lamp by Alison Berger available at Holly Hunt. Once again we see a room of neutral tones and the power of a glass and metal lamp to take the cake especially when the product design is this creative…
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.
This is a trait that is particularly useful in places like the home library the reading room bedroom or home office where the floor lamp offers ample lighting exactly where it is required. Though pendant lights and track lighting can offer the same they are far more difficult to move around along with your décor.
Available in both the traditional shape and in improvised modern silhouettes the black lampshade seamlessly combines with the existing darker tones in the room. Since most of us already use other deep tones as part of our interiors black lampshades seem like an extension and enhancement of the existing style. While some of the less glossy ones are ideal for masculine settings the sparkling and polished versions can be used for the chic rooms which need a feminine touch.
Recessed lights are a far more basic part of interior design than the sculptural floor lamps or stylish pendant lights. They might not be the of a setting but they are an absolute must in order to fashion gorgeous and well-lit spaces.
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.
Yet these distinct lampshades elevate the aura of their surrounding space even as they stand out gleefully. The best part though is that you can always give one a shot without worrying about major renovations or revamps!