This makes an ideal canvas for the black lampshade which offers lovely visual and even textural contrast. Black lamps shades work well with pendant lights floor lamps table lamps and even chandeliers. Bringing in balance and diversity the black lampshade adds a dark tone without disturbing the existing style or theme in any manner.
This creation by Villa Tosca Design for Slamp is another example of light and airy presence over the dining table. The stylized shade in red green or white inspired by vegetation forms surrounds the light source like a nest of delicate paper cut filtering the light indirectly for ambient effects. It is a neat original and convenient designer lamp which adds refinement and extravagance in a light and purist to slightly retro layout.
But rearranging your furniture periodically to spice up the look of your home is an inescapable task. This is where the versatility of the willing floor lamp comes to the fore! While other lighting installations are hard to move around the floor lamp can be shifted with ease.
Sconces as bedside lighting also can double up as perfect spotlights for reading in the bed. Some can be placed just above the headboard and can be swung away when you do not really need them!
Lighting is often the best when it is least noticed. Unless you are adding an extravagant floor lamp or a dazzling chandelier to the interiors lighting is all about shining the spotlight on something else.
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.