Large open layout apartments often imply the separated living zone that requires extra lighting. It is almost impossible to provide a decent level of natural or even artificial light without point lighting. Thus, we have not so many options among such fixtures. These can be wall sconces, low chandeliers dedicated to the specific zone, lamps for coffee table, etc. As you can see, the floor lamps take their own special place on the list. Floor lamps are much more versatile and will bring you to another level of experience. We will speak more about the most popular floor lamp models, overview their pros and cons, and see what designs are most suitable for your home interior. Let’s overview the lamps in alphabetic order.
Artemide Floor Lamp
The photo above as one of the photos below depictures the black Artemide lamp near the Eames chair in the Industrial style room and looks really chic. This lamp consists of the 3-4 segments, a basic one and 2-3 movable ones that make the lamp extremely adjustable.
We can see different interiors but the very same black Artemide lamp that appears a great accent for the light casual interior with a refined black accent in the form of LED TV, metal bedside table and the lamp itself.
Ball Floor Lamp
Probably the most simple and habitual design. All of us saw ball lamps standing in the parks and alleys. If you are adherent to traditional style, this design would become your finding. Of course, the ball lamp is though quite a universal solution still is most relevant for restricted casual, loft, industrial and moderate contemporary styled interiors. Also, don’t forget that it is a fine addition to deep retro-styled areas (for example the 1920s)
Dyson Floor Lamp: Technologies First
If you are a geek or just like to be in the first trends of science and technology, you’ve probably heard about the Dyson model. It is really great standing out design that can attract attention with its simple yet unusual form. It is only two segments where the top bar can be adjusted in height.
Due to such a construction, it is a great addition to the bedroom in the role of bedside lamp that can turn a floor lamp when it is required.
Elise Floor Lamp
This model a nice complement to large spaces and commercial areas. However, it is perfectly usable for large halls and corridors, giving the room enhanced and uniform light. The matted rounded surface of the lamp mutes light thus making it more delicate. In addition, you can use the Elise lamp in the living room or home theater near the couches or armchairs to provide extra lighting where it is most needed.
Foscarini Floor Lamp
Do you remember the Artemide floor lamp? If you might think about something similar but without strict bulging segments and outward cord, the Foscarini floor lamp provides a more delicate design. It is an arched leg and a simple lampshade that together creates quite lightweight and pleasant to the eye construction. The base is the circle that also affects well the interior design in modern motifs.
Black and white contrast is the eternal solution. In combination with classic Eames chair, Foscarini floor lamp really capable of turning the interior into the functional and cozy space to stay for long with minimum decoration.
Possini floor lamp
Our quick tour ends with the most Classic design of the floor lamp. Possini lamp is the strike for the monotony of vintage interiors. Having some variations of the lampshades, it still doesn’t lose its firm appearance. Most of the models are height-adjustable so there would be no problem to inscribe the lamp to the small-sized interior.