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?
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.
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!
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.
With Terho taking the shape of delightful acorns the Tatti table lamps seem to be inspired by the outline of a mushroom. The opal white glass-blown casings of the lamps give them their chic and trendy appearance while the Finnish alder ‘hats’ on top bring in a ‘natural’ appeal.
Recessed lights are a far more basic part of interior design than the sculptural floor lamps or stylish pendant lights. They might not be the of a setting but they are an absolute must in order to fashion gorgeous and well-lit spaces.