What I like a lot about these lamps in addition to their versatility is the fact that the feeding cable has a significant visual role in the ensemble.
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.
Picking between pendants and sconces is a matter of personal needs choice and a style that fits your bedroom best. Irrespective of what you choose always remember that bedside lighting is not relegated to table and floor lamps alone.
With both varying styles and altering needs the choice of the floor lamp changes. Whether it is lighting up that dark and forgotten corner or illuminating your reading room beautifully floor lamps get the job done without much fuss.
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…
If you would rather go with subtle consider these cute pendant lamps designed by Diego Rossi and Raffaele Tedesco for Luceplan. They work very well over the dining table hung in clusters at different heights over a round table or disposed in a row over the breakfast bar.