By Orquidia Quintana. Floor Lamps. Published at Saturday, August 24th, 2019 - 23:30:12 PM.
This minimalist unassuming tripod mid-century modern floor lamp exudes class. The smooth wishbone designed natural wood base with a beige drum shade is what sets it apart. It will raise the style quotient of both contemporary and mid-century modern home decors.
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.
But this post isn’t about that, I’m going to spend some time here talking about making sure you incorporate the right type of lighting and I’ve rounded up a few of my favorites. I’ll show you some of the really cool floor lamps you may be seeing everywhere and why they may NOT work in your space.
Torchiere floor lamp looks like an inverted lampshade at the top hence illuminating light up instead of down. These types of corner floor lamps comes in different styles, from modern to traditional making them fit in any home.The light provided by torchiere floor lamps bounces off the ceiling providing a nice diffused general light. They have a heavy base, a pole and a shade on top. The inverted light lends drama and elegance to a room.
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