This modern Art Deco style room features a gorgeous modern floor lamp.
Modern floor lamps are perhaps one of the most versatile forms of lighting. Not only can you find any type of material that will work with your specific design scheme, you can also get any type of style from the huge selection of decorative floor lamps available.
Want Neo Classical? Done. Desire Mid-century? Have your pick! The other great thing about floor lamps is that they are great space savers. I have informed so many clients that there's no need to fret if you don’t have room for an end table and lamp... All you need is a slim floor lamp next to a sofa or bed to illuminate a room. The images from Marcus Design Inc. capture floor lamps at their best.
Classic brass floor lamps are a design staple.
While pharmacy style lamps have been a popular choice for decades, this material has been given new life in a crisp and modern way, thanks to modern design. A perfect example is this Holtkoetter Antique Brass Metal Cone Floor Lamp above. Clean, simple and always in style next to an arm chair or sofa.
The multi-light floor lamp offers great light coverage, including task lighting if near a desk or chair.
The basic tenant of modernity means you can reinterpret something old and make it fresh like the Draper 3-Light Mid-century Modern Floor Lamp. Based on a classic 1950s desk lamp, this floor lamps is updated for today’s modern living.
The chic look of multi-metal floor lamps.
The use of multiple metals allows you versatility. There are no longer strict rules about the types of metals you can use in a room or having to stick to just one.
I happen to love brass and black together, like in the Jonathan Adler Black and Brass Antwerp Floor Lamp. Look how it offers a fresh and functional twist to a room that incorporates many styles, including French Rococo and Art Deco. Simply marvelous!
I love the slender column design of the Robert Abbey Lucy Bronze 3-Way Floor Lamp.
Iron floor lamps are as timeless as brass, but updated in a wonderful way. It nods to classical architecture but is contemporary all the way!