Published at Sunday, June 02nd 2019. by Jacob Tran in modern furniture.
Many younger designers are fascinated by items from 60s and 70s. There are some interesting modern retro lamp shades, designed in the spirit of best Danish tradition, made usually of polypropylene plastic resulting in retro lamp shades with a refreshing modern touch.
Design Considerations When Choosing a Nursery Lamp, When choosing a lamp for a little girl's nursery, take the overall color scheme and decorating theme into consideration. If you have an overall room motif, such as teddy bears, baby blocks or butterflies, you can add a decorative touch to the room if you choose a lamp with a coordinating pattern. There are so many different nursery lamp designs available that you shouldn't have a problem finding one to match the room's overall decor. However, if you can't find one that fits the bill, you can always decorate a plain lamp so that it matches. Lamps with a dainty design can add a very feminine look to the room. However, always choose a lamp that has good overall balance and a weighted base, so that it won't tip over easily, even if bumped accidentally by yourself or your baby.
These lamps will surely brighten up one's room when turned on. The vivid colors will shine with butterfly shapes reflected throughout the room. These will help in making the place so comfortable especially with children since most children loves butterflies. But it also has the same effects with grownups that are also into butterflies.
The urban style of lamps originated from the suburbia towns of America and other countries. These lamps project Mother Nature and have designs like bears or other types of animals in them. They may even have shiny bases and look like a flower case on the side of the room. Some of these lamps carry graffiti on them which gives the room a scene of the suburbia. Having such a lamp lit in the room will surely give you a feel of being and waking in the suburbia.
The curved stem of the Arco Lamp is made from stainless steel and can be set at three different heights. It has a very appealing feel to it and the graceful arc of the lamp could be likened to the neck of a swan in all its stately beauty. Or perhaps the stem of a flower weighed down by the opening bud at its head,that is one of the reasons you can find this modern floor lamp in the permanent design collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York and has received numerous awards.
The Konkylie light was designed by Louis Weisdorf for the Tivoli Garden in Copenhagen in 1963. It was partly inspired at a technical level by Verner Panton's Moon lamp. Louis Weisdorf created the design for his next pendant light called Turbo in 1965. Consisting of 12 uniform aluminium lamellae spiral-twisted to form a flower-like sphere, the Turbo was partly inspired by Japanese rice-paper lanterns.
Moroccan Lamp Texture,The texture of the lamps is one important aspect of Moroccan home decor. You will find these lamps in a variety of metals, animal skins, and types of glass. There are also Moroccan lamps that include lampshades that are beaded, or that have specific intricate designs are colors used. Each Moroccan lighting has different textures, so each piece offers another dimension in your Moroccan home decor.
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