But in reality natural light is not such a bad thing if you know how to use it in the right fashion. Yes glossy surfaces can be a problem at times but try and and ensure that in blends in beautifully with artificial illumination.
Available in white and orange the table lamp represents the height of Midcentury modern design that seemed to embrace futuristic silhouettes with amazing ease. Having made a TV appearance next to the likes of John Slattery on it sure is a lamp that promises to turn heads and start a conversation!
From sensational designs that become instant conversation-starters at a party to ultra-sleek creations that vanish into the backdrop there are plenty of unusual and interesting options.
While we’ve already looked at some awesome floor lamp inspirations in the past today’s collection is dedicated exclusively to the tripods. Sleek stylish and captivating the tripod floor lamp can switch between providing ambient lighting and focused illumination with ease.
Moving away from designs of the modern era we shine the spotlight on a truly distinguished and classic icon – the designed by Giancarlo Mattioli for Artemide in 1967. If the Luau represents elegant contemporary design and the Hicks a more rustic and industrial style the Nesso adds a splash of vintage minimalism to your home.
Presenting various styles and adopting creative silhouettes the world of tripod lamps is becoming more exciting each day! And as always we are here to offer you a sneak peek into some of the best inspirations around –