An odd chandelier or two further adds to the beauty of the bedroom. But the sleek contemporary style in modern homes has redefined this classic approach to bedroom lighting. Pendant lights and smart sconces can give your bedroom a unique look of its own.
While pendant lights and recessed lighting are all too common the classic floor lamp is something you do not want to give a miss. Available in a multitude of styles floor lamps bring along with them flexibility and versatility that is often unmatched. Browse through these contemporary interiors that use the floor lamp in diverse setting and you could very well be inspired to bring one home yourself!
This is a trait that is particularly useful in places like the home library the reading room bedroom or home office where the floor lamp offers ample lighting exactly where it is required. Though pendant lights and track lighting can offer the same they are far more difficult to move around along with your décor.
These pendant lamps designed by Achille Castiglioni for Flos in 1996 are discreet elegant and glistening like upside-down champagne glasses. The lower rims are sand blasted so the eye-catching effect of sparkle and transparency is achieved without glare.
From the straight lines to the curve… The featured lamps below are mesmerizing thanks to their curved construction. Like this classic Arco Floor Lamp designed in 1962 by Achille Castiglioni and his brother Pier Giacomo. Available at Design Within Reach the piece has a swiveling shade that extends eight feet illuminating whatever rests beneath it.
The Arco floor lamp has survived over 5 decades of evolving design and interior décor trends. It is a tribute to the innovative foresight of Castiglioni brothers that it has cemented its place as a modern décor icon.