There’s something unusual about the floor lamp below which features a candy cane curve and a bulb that gets noticed. In fact the piece has an architectural quality that takes its lead from the other unique artifacts in the room such as the spherical collectible that rests on the desk below.
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:
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.
While pendant lights and recessed lighting are all too common the classic floor lamp is something you do not want to give a miss. Available in a multitude of styles floor lamps bring along with them flexibility and versatility that is often unmatched. Browse through these contemporary interiors that use the floor lamp in diverse setting and you could very well be inspired to bring one home yourself!
Our next featured floor lamp boasts a bit of 1940s style as well as a trio of spotlights. Crafted of steel with a hi-gloss carbon powder coat finish the lamp’s gleam will capture your attention if its striking lighting arrangement doesn’t catch your eye first! It’s the Signal Floor Lamp from CB2:
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!