OK so this next featured space isn’t exactly a room in the home. But it’s certainly an outdoor living area. And doesn’t’ it make sense that a space this large would need some lighting? Why not go big with the Indoor/Outdoor floor lamp in glossy thermoplastic expansion by Usona. If white is too subtle for you note that the piece is available in black and orange as well!
There’s something unusual about the floor lamp below which features a candy cane curve and a bulb that gets noticed. In fact the piece has an architectural quality that takes its lead from the other unique artifacts in the room such as the spherical collectible that rests on the desk below.
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.
This John Peacock Floor Lamp from CB2 is subtle… Except that it has a rectangular steel base coated in a hi-gloss peacock finish! And let’s not forget that white cotton box shade. In fact combining this lamp with red-orange accents like the fiery sofa below is a great way to enjoy one of the leading trends of the upcoming fall season: the combination of red and blue.
A similar curve can be seen in the Roman Ring Floor Lamp by Alison Berger available at Holly Hunt. Once again we see a room of neutral tones and the power of a glass and metal lamp to take the cake especially when the product design is this creative…
Designed by the Castiglioni brothers in 1962 the is a modern décor icon that has stood the test of time. Pendant lights and chandeliers often come with some innate amount of inflexibility after their installation.