The shiny metallic shades have many pastel hues for light modern layouts but also earthy colors for a retro environment and the lamp is not feminine by definition which let’s face it most of the beautiful and artful lamps are.
With contemporary homes sporting clean and well defined lines its elliptic arch presents a lovely geometric variation. Unlike the bland floor lamps that seem to vanish into the backdrop Arco stands tall (quite literally too!) and yet never seems to block your view.
Recessed lights or can lights (as they are sometimes called in the US) bring along with them a multitude of features. Doubling up to provide both ambient and focused illumination they are a great addition for the modern ergonomic kitchen.
Or you can go with white! In fact this white floor lamp brightens up the space it inhabits especially since gray and wooden accents dominate the room. The lamp brings out the color of the walls reminding us that it’s OK to be crisp in a space filled with rich tones.
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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.