Floor lamps brighten up and decorate the different rooms in the house: living room, dining room, office nook or even a bedroom. Floor lamps are easy to move from one room to the other, that is their main advantage.
The design of such floor lights can render functional lighting into standalone decorative objects such as the Japonese paper (washi) Envol designed by Céline Wright, so stylish and airy.
If it is direct light that you are looking for, then a floor lamp without a lampshade would suit you as exemplified in the Nobi from Fontana Arte. A lamp with a shade is mainly designed to shed complementary filtered light into the room. They often work with a dimmer so that you can adjust the intensity of the light to match your mood.
Depending on the form or color, the floor lamp can spotlight a specific space within a room and avoid spill light. Lighting of this kind favors the functional elements over the design, for example the floor lamp called Josette by Pauline Gilain & Pierre François Dubois from Hârto (with an incorporated side table) or the very original Clood floor lamp from Prolamp (with a lampshade made in materials that you can shape and reshape over and over again).
They come in all shapes and sizes and styles, whether your floor lamp is meant to be placed outdoors, in a children’s room or meant to be a contemporary designed light in your living room…
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