Cloud is one of the most popular Belux products. Designed by the famous architect Frank Gehry this beautiful light and airy lamp comes in various sizes. It is also available in smaller globe shapes but the vast canopy named Mamacloud is the most impressive.
If you are buying an Arco lamp you can rest assured that you have done well to earn it. But the real challenge lies in placing it right. Though the fascinating floor lamp works with almost any theme and color backdrop that you have going it is important to not overwhelm the surroundings with way too much. Arco can be used as a bedside lamp a desk lamp overhead light for your coffee table and as focused light for your reading nook.
With hanging light installations that are pleasant and ergonomic being popular additions in most homes (especially the kitchen) Terho sure seems like an ideal fit. Available in a couple of hip variants both the hanging and table lamp complement each other beautifully as well. Design that is all about understated class!
It is important to balance the theatrical with the unassuming and the minimal. This is precisely what makes recessed lighting a must home in contemporary homes with clean and well defined interiors.
Finally we see a red zigzag lamp in a room featuring a range of hues from gray and teal blue to yellow and mint green. But it’s the red that truly stands out and the unique shape of this lighting piece is the true star of the room don’t you think?!…
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.
Whether you are opting for classic chandelier look or going for a metallic minimalistic vibe pendant lights cover the entire spectrum with ease. They also are great additions as accent installations that bring in bright pops of color in a bedroom with cool muted tones. Adding textural geometric and even visual contrast pendants make perfect bedside lights.
The two best ways to go is choosing a large pendant lamp or a cluster/row of smaller ones. They can be hung really low such as to become part of your dining table layout. The dining table lamp just has to be installed in such a way that one cannot bump their head into it – and it doesn’t blind people with glare. Let us see some beautiful choices.
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?
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!
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!
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 popular and beloved pendant lamp is designed by Ferruccio Laviani for Italian design label Kartell. The shade is a transparent and colorful cut sphere reminding of soap bubbles.
In a similar fashion the Steel Arc Floor Lamp has a stainless steel finish as well as a stainless steel mesh shade in a warm earthy shade. There’s an abundance of glowing neutral tones in this space. It simply needed a large curved piece to take the lead…
Some floor lamps sweep across a room in one dramatic curve. By contrast our first set of floor lamps are more vertically oriented making their mark right where they stand. Take the Cast Floor Lamp from CB2 which adds a glowing industrial look to the space below with its 3-foot shade: