One of the interesting accessories in the living room is a floor lamp design. This lamp is available in various shapes and colors. The materials to create this bright lamp are from brass, wood, nickel, and other metals. The floor lamp can be made of a combination of two or three materials to create a unique look on the lamp. Even though it serves as the secondary lamp in the modern, traditional and shabby chic living room, its importance is recognized by the house owners. That’s why it is a must for them to add a stylish floor lamp in the room. It will support the primary lighting like a crystal chandelier and ceiling pendant lamps.
The top part of the floor lamp features a stunning bulb which illuminates the light. To create an ambient feeling, a stylish lampshade is placed at the top part. It is functioned to distract or diffuse the lighting bulbs. The house owners can adjust the level of lights due to the various settings available on a modern floor lamp. Therefore, you can enjoy a decorative look in the living room without leaving the need to infuse the space with additional illumination.
How To Select A Floor Lamp?
Selecting a new floor lamp is not difficult even though the available options are myriads in the market. The overall decor in the living room will determine the type of floor lamp. If you have a minimalist living room with modern l shaped sectional sofa, cute Japanese tea table and abstract painting on the floor, complement the look with a sleek white contemporary floor lamp. It can feature a white paper shade. On the other hand, you may opt for a decorative ruffled floor lamp made of wooden frame for traditional living room design.
How To Position A Floor Lamp?
After you purchase the favorite floor lamp in the local depot, put it at the appropriate location in the living room. Most people place the unique floor lamp at the corner spot of the living room if the space has the L shaped layout. You can also set it next to a modern swivel chair, armchair or a couch.
Published at Wednesday, December 21st 2016 by Jeanne Mila