The name is pretty well known even among the casual decor aficionados. Along with Charles Eames the man is credited for bringing a distinct industrial approach to Mid-Century modern design that is still popular to this day.
Not to mention the color seems to fit in organically with most modern bedroom and living room themes that range from the nautical and the coastal to the tropical and the Mediterranean. An accent table lamp in aqua teal turquoise or even robin’s egg looks simply stunning when placed in a tranquil bedroom.
The idea of adding candy-colored lamps to different rooms of the house is another great approach that is both fun and aesthetic. If you have one monochromatic backdrop throughout the home and a coherent theme then add a sense of uniqueness to each room by choosing an accent table lamp in a different color.
Europe in the mid-1900s produced arguably the greatest array of talent in industrial furniture design. Combined with their brilliant counterparts across the Atlantic these inspirational architects and designers helped change the course of interior design and ushered in the timeless style of Mid-Century Modern.
Picking the right floor lamp can often be a difficult task. With pendant lights gaining popularity and space becoming a premium many homeowners are looking for lighting options that are ergonomic and yet visually impressive.
If you find a sparkling chandelier or striking pendant that also offers the right illumination it is indeed a win-win situation. If not then consider the illumination the intensity and the angles at work before accounting for the lamp as a standalone sculptural addition to the room.