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.
With contemporary homes sporting clean and well defined lines its elliptic arch presents a lovely geometric variation. Unlike the bland floor lamps that seem to vanish into the backdrop Arco stands tall (quite literally too!) and yet never seems to block your view.
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?!
The precious style of lighting house Catellani and Smith shines fully through this beautiful pendant lamp very suited for a dining table. The organic cowrie-inspired shaped is simplified and refined covered in gold or silver colored plating.
The pendant lamp by British industrial designer Tom Dixon is gorgeous elegant and masculine and comes in three cup-shaped versions – fat tall and wide. The absolute best option is to use all 3 of them in your layout.
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.