Design is about light and shade and appropriate lighting is of great importance. Dramatic lighting always tends to produce great photographs. But most often it makes for interiors that are too sterile and touch impractical.
This next lamp may be vertically oriented but it’s not short on curves! It’s the Cigar Floor Lamp originally designed by George Nelson (currently available at YLighting). It really pops against the mustard gold wall adding a retro look to this space while mirroring the rounded look of the sofa.
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.
Black is a color that works particularly well for lampshades and lighting fixtures. By inducing black in the form of lampshades one can rest assured that there will never be a dull corner created due to the use of a ‘darker tone’.
The refined touch is conveyed by the matte black lacquered exterior combined with the golden interior which reflects and enriches the light. Hung in a cluster for vivid asymmetry or in a regular series for a very graphical and hieroglyphic impact they are essential modern concise and visually very catchy with just a slight amount of eccentricity.
We end with a set of colorful floor lamps that truly impress! Who could have seen the light blue floor lamp coming in this first featured space? And that’s what makes its presence so unforgettable. In fact this room from Design-OD also delights with a plush royal blue sofa and other artistic touches. But that lamp… Is there anything more divine?!