You might even argue that the floor lamps below steal the show… Not only have we rounded up the best interiors we could find we’ve included helpful links to purchasing information when possible. Check out the images below then tell us about your favorite lamps by leaving a comment at the end of the post…
The synthetic shade available in hot pink white and turquoise is wrapped around the light source and has a slight transparency which gives off indirect light effects through a very neat effect in addition to the actual lighting and the joyful appearance. A creation of Vicente Garcia Jiménez inspired from the Guggenheim Museum in New York Le Soleil exudes cosmopolitan taste and joie de vivre.
Floor lamps work well both indoors and outdoors and with growing number of residences opting for lavish patio and deck spaces and open living plans they are often the ideal lighting choices. Ergonomic stylish and practical they do seem like a ‘must have’ for every modern home.
Black lampshades do not look out of place no matter what color scheme you already have going. That is one of the major perks that come with this distinctive lighting décor. If you have an all-white setting then the use of black lampshades is all the more pleasing as they offer a grounded and chic appeal that is similar to employing a ‘black and white’ theme.
It convinces through its many joyous and modern colors – red pink blue orange violet green – and its surprisingly convenient price. Suitable to be in a practical light and modern dining layout in a row of 2-3 Fly Icon is a lamp for every taste.
There is no exact and universal rule when it comes to spacing recessed lights. Yet a simple way forward is to put 5-inch lights approximately 5 feet apart or 3-inch lights around 3 feet away from one another.