But rearranging your furniture periodically to spice up the look of your home is an inescapable task. This is where the versatility of the willing floor lamp comes to the fore! While other lighting installations are hard to move around the floor lamp can be shifted with ease.
Apart from freeing up precious space they can also allow you to use your bedside table in more ways than one. With the table lamp gone you can decorate the table with vase arrangements a collection of framed photographs or even use that space to stack up your favorite titles that carry to bed each night. For the workaholics among us it leaves some space for the laptop or even the smartphone along with the latest iPad!
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.
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.
While pendant lights and recessed lighting are all too common the classic floor lamp is something you do not want to give a miss. Available in a multitude of styles floor lamps bring along with them flexibility and versatility that is often unmatched. Browse through these contemporary interiors that use the floor lamp in diverse setting and you could very well be inspired to bring one home yourself!
Our next featured floor lamp boasts a bit of 1940s style as well as a trio of spotlights. Crafted of steel with a hi-gloss carbon powder coat finish the lamp’s gleam will capture your attention if its striking lighting arrangement doesn’t catch your eye first! It’s the Signal Floor Lamp from CB2:
This is probably how the thought of using sconces and pendants as bedside lighting solutions started. With modern urban homes and studio apartments being short of space it makes sense to utilize the vertical room that is on offer.
An odd chandelier or two further adds to the beauty of the bedroom. But the sleek contemporary style in modern homes has redefined this classic approach to bedroom lighting. Pendant lights and smart sconces can give your bedroom a unique look of its own.
Not only are floor lamps available in an astounding array of styles but they can be included in any room of your home. Designs that are space conscious and smart on energy consumption ensure that even the chic urban consumer living in the tiny studio apartment can also be a proud owner of one!
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.
Lighting is often the best when it is least noticed. Unless you are adding an extravagant floor lamp or a dazzling chandelier to the interiors lighting is all about shining the spotlight on something else.
Cloud is one of the most popular Belux products. Designed by the famous architect Frank Gehry this beautiful light and airy lamp comes in various sizes. It is also available in smaller globe shapes but the vast canopy named Mamacloud is the most impressive.
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…
It is important to balance the theatrical with the unassuming and the minimal. This is precisely what makes recessed lighting a must home in contemporary homes with clean and well defined interiors.