Three pivoting adjustable heads make a statement as part of the Cole Multi-Arm Task Floor Lamp from Pottery Barn. There’s just something industrial about this piece and it truly makes its mark on the traditional pale gray space below. In fact if you’re decorating a room in neutral shades why not punctuate it with something this interesting?
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:
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 way you place recessed lights depends also on the intensity of illumination you wish to achieve and the areas you want to highlight. They are great for highlighting art work on the walls or a small nice in the corner as well. Choosing the right trim also depends largely on the existing color scheme of the room and surrounding décor.
Many of us might also want to create a simple and smart guest room or additional bedroom without all the frills of an elaborate side table and a pair of exquisite table lamps. This is where the sconces and pendant lights swing in as a glittering hope to those looking for equally stylish alternatives.
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’.