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.
Believe it or not sometimes an eye-catching lighting item can be the finishing touch that a space truly needs. Today we feature 20 rooms that creatively incorporate lighting in the form of a floor lamp.
A rather young creation the Blossom series was designed by Hella Jongerius for Belux in 2007. The surprising thing about these simple recipient-shaped lamps is that depending on which one of the 16 colors they come in they fit in almost any dining environment you can think of.
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 shiny metallic shades have many pastel hues for light modern layouts but also earthy colors for a retro environment and the lamp is not feminine by definition which let’s face it most of the beautiful and artful lamps are.
Much like the previously described Mamacloud it covers most of the dining table and is suited for a round one as well as a rectangular one. Light and refined it could be seen as the modern minimalistic re-interpretation of the precious chandelier with an imposing presence in the dining room.