Role of Quality Lamps in Home Decorating
Table and floor lamps do not only provide light but are attractive accessories as well. Lamps are essential in home decorating. Floor and table lamps can be used to dramatize elements of interior design - line, form, color, pattern, and texture. Positioning lamps so that rhythms are created by light and shadow, reflection, and diffusions can impart a powerful dynamic effect on the atmosphere of your home. Indeed table and floor lamps may be thought of like a sculpture.
Sculptural lighting fixtures are not limited to the practicality by any means - our floor and table lamps are works of art. For example, the vase with the flower bouquet table lamp not only serves the purpose of providing light but is highly sculptural and adds a vivid touch to the home interior. Table lamps like this one can be used in any room. Such lamps are welcoming in the entryway, can add a romantic touch to the master bedroom, and elegance to the living room.
To create an eye-pleasing lighting pattern table lamps can be complemented by similar in design floor lamps. Cast brass floor lamp will be a perfect compliment for a table lamp featured above. Where designers, architects, and artists have turned their energies to floor and table lamps design, striking lighting solutions have resulted.
Floor and table lamps, after all, are three-dimensional forms - and there is no reason at all why the implicit functionality of floor and table lamps should inhibit the creation of significant and practical forms. Our sculptural floor and table lamps are embodied in unique materials and have a dramatic and exiting structure reflecting both practicality and aesthetics.
Lamps Selection and Placement
Table and floor lamps from our collection have integrity and are always appropriate in any setting that welcomes you into the house. Many people select floor and table lamps to go with specific fabrics in a particular room but remember that materials come and go and you may move, so choose lamps that will be appropriate in many settings.
Floor and table lamps should be in proportion to the scale of furnishings, height of the ceiling, and size of the room. Avoid extremes- a large dominant lamp has no place in a tiny room, nor would small pendant lamps fit areas that are not intimate or where furniture is larger.
Lamps should suit the furnishings of a room. More elaborate designs of floor and table lamps would relate more to the period furnishings. Table and floor lamps with a simple contours fit best in contemporary settings. Shaded table and floor lamps look better with frosted bulbs as they are used for soft, flattering, general light.