Some time ago we had the opportunity to focus on the importance of good lighting and the various types of light that every room needs. Today we are talking about a category that offers many design solutions that are functional and aesthetically suitable for different types of environments: floor lamps.
All these lamps basically have a very similar layout: a sturdy base resting on the floor, a tall stem extending from the base and a light that can be direct or diffused. What changes in these models is definitely their style, each with its own unique advantages.
Circle: arched floor lamp
In contrast to normal floor lamps that, although slender, retain a certain static character, arc lamps are very elegant and manage to bring versatility and dynamism to spaces. An excellent example is the Circle model: an arc-shaped floor lamp with great scenic impact: its metal arc set in a concrete sphere makes it almost an art object, a sculpture that can frame different spaces in the home with a variety of functions. Indeed, Circle is perfect for lighting the living area if placed in the corner of a living room or behind the sofa, but it also becomes an excellent source of direct light on the dining table, as well as in a study or office or meeting room with a table in the middle.
Cloe: floor lamp with arm
The design of floor lamps with a swivelling arm is certainly very convenient, as it allows the position of the light to be varied according to the needs of the moment without too many limitations. The dining room is one of the areas where these models are most popular, but for the living area a floor lamp of this kind is also very useful.
Cloe is a floor lamp by Bontempi Casa, adjustable, with a structure composed of a lacquered steel base and a swivelling arm available in various lacquered aluminium finishes and colours. In addition, the fabric lampshade is a plus point for further customisation.
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