Lighting installations and fixtures arguably constitute the most important aspect of interior design. No matter how stunning your home is dark corners and poor illumination can turn it into a less than appealing affair in an instant.
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.
Whether you are opting for classic chandelier look or going for a metallic minimalistic vibe pendant lights cover the entire spectrum with ease. They also are great additions as accent installations that bring in bright pops of color in a bedroom with cool muted tones. Adding textural geometric and even visual contrast pendants make perfect bedside lights.
Not only are floor lamps available in an astounding array of styles but they can be included in any room of your home. Designs that are space conscious and smart on energy consumption ensure that even the chic urban consumer living in the tiny studio apartment can also be a proud owner of one!
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.
A glass shade is the standout feature of the lamp below which takes a slight departure from a strictly vertical orientation with its angled arm. It’s the Adjustable Glass Floor Lamp from West Elm complete with an antique bronze finish. We think the bulb perfectly visible through the transparent glass cylinder that surrounds it is the real standout!