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.
As we have said earlier any one type of lighting installation cannot perfectly light up your entire home. But adding several layers of lighting is not the easiest task in the world as these installations need to work in tandem to deliver the best possible result.
From the straight lines to the curve… The featured lamps below are mesmerizing thanks to their curved construction. Like this classic Arco Floor Lamp designed in 1962 by Achille Castiglioni and his brother Pier Giacomo. Available at Design Within Reach the piece has a swiveling shade that extends eight feet illuminating whatever rests beneath it.
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.