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31"H x 16"W x 16"D your price: $461.10
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What Can You Say With Italian Ceramic Lamps?

The search for meaning is universal, and the world of interior design is by no means immune to this quest. Although there's a definite functional purpose to decorating our surroundings, we also try to evoke something that carries lasting relevance. Whether you're trying to say something deep about who you are or just want to make guests feel more welcome in your foyer, Italian ceramic lamps offer unexpectedly versatile ways to spark up a conversation. Here are some ideas on how you can use yours to engender the right sentiment.

Ceramic Lamps: Getting to Know Your New Favorite Medium

What makes ceramic lamps so effective at communicating moods? The versatility of these artistic works lies in their infinite nuances. Merely by adjusting the composition of their glazes or the types of clay they use, artisans can create an unparalleled variety of colors, textures, and forms.

Modern Italian ceramics are the result of styles built on cultural exchange before artistic globalism was even a concept. They incorporate influences from Ancient Roman Europe to Marco Polo's trade routes and the creative innovators of the 20th century. In short, these table lamps and other luxury items are timeless because they take the best aspects of many worlds and make them their own.

Sending a Unique Message

Now that you understand a bit more about what you're working with, you can really begin to appreciate the art form and put it to good use. As with any good interior decor scheme, you'll need to take a big-picture approach. Start by examining the interplay of how your table lamps interact with their surroundings, neighboring furniture, and each other.

Managing Light and Space

Lamps pose a unique challenge for the modern designer due to their clearly functional purpose. While they serve as amazing centerpieces, they're more than just art. The fact that you also want your table lamps to light your favorite reading chair, cozy dining area, or study means that you also have to consider the utilitarian aspects of their placement.

Fortunately, decorating with ceramic luxury lamps makes this dilemma easier to solve. Because these fixtures come in a range of heights, you gain additional freedom to control the way they project light. Designers often use taller lamps to illuminate wider areas. Those with shorter bodies might create a more compact cone of brightness, but from a visual standpoint, they're easier to integrate into busy decor schemes.

Your choice of lampshades can also make a difference by determining how light travels and modifying its color. Don't be averse to experimenting with different combinations.

Picking Textures and Tones

Italian ceramic lamps can be surprisingly fluid, and in some cases, this is the perfect aesthetic quality. For instance, ivory, gray, beige, and other neutral tones lend themselves well to regular curves that speak of clean harmony. Stronger hues, such as blues, greens, blacks, and golds, benefit from dense textural features that invite you to reach out and touch them.

Which combinations might suit your settings? As a general rule, the most striking interiors use lamps whose colors and textures complement and offset their surroundings.

Subtle Contrast Reigns Supreme

A sleek white design has the potential to work well when t's placed on an end table near a brightly colored couch or floral arrangement. If everything around it is also smooth and white, however, then the lamp might just feel uninspired. A vibrant aqua lamp that replicates the texture of a plump cypress cone could look more fitting in such an arrangement, but when placed in the midst of extremely loud, aggressive colors, it might push things past the point of no return.

The key to making the right design decision is taking advantage of the subtle differences. Although some ceramic table lamps establish pleasing tones with their placid features, others lean towards more exciting themes. There's also an entire universe of gradations in between. If either option seems too extreme, then find something in the middle that strikes your fancy.

Designing With Luxury in Mind

It's not always easy to create an interior that brings numerous influences together in a harmonious union. With ceramic lamps, however, you can build around illumination as a functional focal point or try to enhance existing elements. The genuinely luxurious design is about creating a self-contained statement that seems effortless, and using Italian fashion to brighten up your decor is always a good starting point.

Are you ready to reinvigorate your surroundings?

Dive into the InvitingHome Italian Ceramic Lamps collection to get inspired.

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