By Orquidia Quintana. Floor Lamps. Published at Friday, August 16th, 2019 - 21:34:44 PM.
If you’re looking for a floor lamp solely for decorative purposes, all you need to worry about is choosing a design that suits your interior style and fits the space it’s intended for. A large statement floor lamp is the perfect way to fill an empty corner in a spacious, open-plan zone, while smaller living rooms or bedrooms will require sleek, minimal styles that don’t take up too much floor space.
Identify the existing colors in your room – and the color of any metal accents. This will typically be your palette. Try to stick to 3 main colors at most. Occasionally, if you have a monochromatic color scheme (1 basic color), you might use a floor lamp to introduce another color. Choosing a metal such as silver, brass, gold, bronze is also a good option. If your walls are white – you may want to consider using a lampshade that is a little darker so that there is some contrast to the wall.
Floor lamps occupy a special place in every designer’s heart – stylish lighting is part decor and part utility, able to stand on their own and make a distinct impression even when they’re not in use. We’ve rounded up 50 of our favorite floor lamp designs, ranging from practical choices for purpose-driven spaces all the way to sculptural show pieces that will keep your guests talking all night long. And the best part? All of these unique lamps are available for purchase right now! Whether you’re looking for something budget-friendly or an iconic lamp from a famous designer, there’s sure to be something here for you.
It’s crucial to have good ambient lighting in a space. Hopefully you’ve got your table lamps covered (at least two), but then you need a floor lamp for that dead, dark corner. You start to gather inspiration and see all these images with really cool, sculptural floor lamps. It can be so easy to get caught up in how great it will look AND fill out that space, it’s almost like a piece of art!
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