This Is Why We Love Mid-Century Modern Floor Lamps So Much!
We’ve talked about multiple lighting designs over the years. Yet, we always come back to the classics: floor, table, suspension and wall lamps… So today we’re showing you and telling you why we love mid-century modern floor lamps so much. Keep scrolling and find out some of our favorite designs by DelightFULL.
First off, let’s talk about Diana standing lamp, which is one of the reasons we love floor lamps so much! Its industrial design and oversized features make it the perfect statement lighting piece. You can use it your living room, or even in your kid’s room just like shown above!
Jackson standing lamp embodies all the key moments from the King of Pop with a powerful stance. The perfect spin from midcentury design classics to a commemoration of pop culture.
Like a vintage microphone on top a stage, Lee standing lamp will steal the attention to it. The ideal corner piece for a demanding setting. It’s a mid-century lighting design classic.
Neil floor is a reminiscent lamp of the golden years of space. Constructed of brass tubing using the classic method of bending the brass twice into a rounded oblong shape allows for bright and load casts of light holding spherical diffusers with a retro-futuristic style of that era.
Stanley standing lamp has a unique sculptural shape. It’s a versatile piece which gives a sophisticated and classy ambiance to any setting. A style icon of the ﬁfties and sixties.
Inspired by the 60’s sci-ﬁ aesthetics, Armstrong arc lamp is a true Italian design classic. It has a minimalistic style with a clear usability. So simple and yet a statement of good taste.
Hanna is a vintage ﬂoor lamp which suits perfectly a living room or a hall. Its structure made in noble marble reports to a classical ambiance, back to art deco. As the jazz drummer Jake Hanna, this ﬂoor lamp takes the shape out of that voluptuous instrument.
Sixties and seventies. Scofield floor lamp is a very technical and functional lamp. The diffusers rotate allowing different light focuses.
Finally, Pastorius is a scandinavian-inspired lighting design, perfect for more casual ambiences, decorated with neutrals and other nordic-inspired elements.