Floor lamps for living room offer something that existing light sources do not have, versatility. You can place a floor lamp or table lamp in a living room and dramatically enhance the mood and tone of the room. Practice these simple suggestions for a living room that has harmonizing lighting.
Reveal in Lamp Variations
In 1980 and 1990, it was common to see lamps that were intended to be purchased as a three-part set. Each floor lamps for living room was made of exactly the same material, and was designed in exactly the same way. This overly coordinated lamp trend has come and gone, and a newer more varied and flexible decorative motif has emerged. You can reveal variations in the lamp and still maintain harmony and unity in your living room. For example, a brushed nickel floor lamp will complement a solid black table lamp if you choose modern lamp shades for each. The lamp variations will add a sense of dynamic appeal to your living room.
Dare the stack for more dimensions
Floor lamps for living room do not have to rest directly on a table to serve the purpose for which they were intended. You can stack books, newspapers, or simple flat accessories on a table, and then place the table lamp on top of these items. In addition, stacking a table lamp will add more height to the table and increase the luminous effects in the room. You can also use a stacked table lamp instead of a floor lamp if the living area is better suited for a long table lamp.