But offer greater variance and can be moved around when redecorating with far less effort. Add to it the multitude of areas in which the floor lamp can be used and they surely present an attractive proposition.
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.
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.
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.
The way you place recessed lights depends also on the intensity of illumination you wish to achieve and the areas you want to highlight. They are great for highlighting art work on the walls or a small nice in the corner as well. Choosing the right trim also depends largely on the existing color scheme of the room and surrounding décor.
The floor lamp is a design that has survived many decades of change in interior design and has evolved with our changing needs. It is no exaggeration to say that some of the modern lamps such as the Arco are design icons that have stood the test of time.