It is amazing how most people tend to look at both orange and red as risky colors to incorporate in a modern setting and yet most accent table lamps that you will ever stumble across seem to be draped in classy ‘burnt orange’.
Restrained reds can seem dull and a touch jaded with time. Fiery passionate reds on the other hand offer wonderful visual contrast and create instant focal points. Set them against a plain black backdrop and they look even more captivating.
One of the great things about bringing home an accent lamp is the ergonomic convenience it offers. While painting an accent wall takes both time and effort you can simply move the lamp to a different room if you are not happy with its current place at any point in time. With table lamps this task becomes even simpler (unlike the case of pendant lights and large floor lamps)!
If you happen to have multi-story staircase then a cool cascading chandelier that transcends these different levels with sparkling glee is the perfect decoration to enliven the area. Stylish contemporary chandeliers come with 18 to 36 such single lights that are suspended at different levels and combine to make up one amazing decor addition.
Yet many of these pendants also act as brilliant sculptural additions that turn heads even when they are not switched on! Today we take a look at a trio of such iconic lights that turn out to be showstoppers thanks to their exceptional design and timeless form.
It was in 1953 that he made the first of the famous original arm lamps which are now sought-after collectibles across the globe. At home in pretty much any setting these audacious and polished lighting fixtures are both dramatic and minimal!