One look at the interiors that do sport floor lamps and you will realize why they are so unique and exceptional. Available in a multitude of designs that vary from classic to contemporary and from the minimalist to the traditional floor lamps fit in seamlessly with pretty much any setting.
Apart from freeing up precious space they can also allow you to use your bedside table in more ways than one. With the table lamp gone you can decorate the table with vase arrangements a collection of framed photographs or even use that space to stack up your favorite titles that carry to bed each night. For the workaholics among us it leaves some space for the laptop or even the smartphone along with the latest iPad!
Floor lamps work well both indoors and outdoors and with growing number of residences opting for lavish patio and deck spaces and open living plans they are often the ideal lighting choices. Ergonomic stylish and practical they do seem like a ‘must have’ for every modern home.
Since this is one room in the home where functionality takes precedence over form and elegance recessed lights work beautifully in here. The area above the bathroom vanity and the spot above the tufted headboard in the bedroom are also popular places where can lights unravel their magic!
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:
A similar curve can be seen in the Roman Ring Floor Lamp by Alison Berger available at Holly Hunt. Once again we see a room of neutral tones and the power of a glass and metal lamp to take the cake especially when the product design is this creative…