Are not just about illumination anymore. In this day and age they are meant to be admired just as much as your flowers the garden gnomes (maybe) or the comfortable and stylish outdoor furniture.
Don’t just put floor lamps in your living and family room consider putting them in unexpected locations – a large foyer with a welcoming seat may be just the spot for a dynamic floor lamp like this one by Meyer & Meyer Inc. creates a stunning addition to this beautiful entrance.
If you would like a garden with Japanese festival atmosphere this is the way to go. The lamp designed by Emmanuel Gallina in 2009 is inspired by the Japanese cylindrical ruffled paper lanterns and was especially designed with celebrations in mind.
A classical and beautiful floor lamp Baby Gilda was designed in 2008 by Enrico Franzolini. It comes with a variety of elegantly colored or beautifully patterned opaque to half-diffuse shades from cotton artificial parchment paper or jute fiber and with very useful dimming system. A rather tall lamp Baby Gilda works as a reading lamp in any space configuration from practical to romantic by the bed by an armchair by the window.
Almost futuristic this deconstructive table (or wall) lamp from Artemide was designed by Gio Ponti and resembles nothing of a classical table lamp. The highly geometric almost digitalized shape consists of rectangular lacquered steel elements on a frame acting as a deconstructed shade and concentrating the light between them like on a miniature stage.
The look of the living room is further enhanced by the indirect ambient lighting system which alongside the double story height of the living area conveys a special touch to this wonderful design.