Published at Saturday, 08 June 2019. modern furniture. By Frank Jimenez.
The term "retro" derives from the Latin word retro, meaning "backwards" or "in past times" and refers to a nostalgic view towards the past. Retro style design can be any kind of interior design that turns to the past decades for inspiration, but usually "retro" is used in connection with design styles that take their cue from the 1960s and 1970s. An important aspect of a retro interior is lighting. The popular lamp shade design in 1960s and 1970s was inspired by op-art or optical art (a genre of pop-art) which makes use of optical illusions.
Moooi Fringe lamp has its own signature style with a fringe bordering the shade's edges. It comes in colors of black or white, Foscarini Diesels' Tri-P combines the style of these two major brands in an innovative manner. You can manipulate the light emitted by adjusting the fabric used as the lamp shade.
Creating Your Own Custom Nursery Lamp, If you can't find the perfect lamp, consider making your own. You can find lamp kits online, which can be a great way of creating a custom accessory for the nursery. You can also decorate a small plain table lamp so that it perfectly matches your nursery decor. Just be sure to attach all decorating accessories securely. This will prevent your decorations from being pulled off by tiny fingers as your baby grows and becomes more mobile. It's also fun to make your own decorative shade by using fabric, fringe, and other trims to accessorize a plain lampshade. You can even add your baby girl's name to the shade with fabric letters or fabric paint for a very personalized touch.
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