Our choice for this week’s moment of ‘The Best Contemporary Lighting’ is an arc floor lamp inspired by a very special person. If you are familiar with DelightFULL, you might have heard about their lighting designs and inspirations, which are usually based on personalities of the mid 20th century. Armstrong mid-century floor lamp was inspired by the first man to ever walk on the moon and today you get to know all about it and how to use it in your modern home decor. Let’s go!
Inspired by the first person to walk on the Moon, Armstrong arc floor lamp has a minimalistic style with a clear usability, perfect for every single modern Scandinavian living room or office. This Nordic light combines a mid-century design with a structure handmade in brass and a base in white Carrara marble. Armstrong arc lamp can reach a height of 59.1 inches with the help of the adjustable balance arm.
With a counterweight made in steel, this mid-century lamp directs light anywhere a task light is needed, providing an exquisite touch to your interior design.
The oval aluminum lamp shade is softened with a matte white finish.
HOW CAN I USE ARMSTRONG?
One of the best things about this lighting design is its versatility. Having an adjustable arm allows for it to be placed in pretty much any room. On the picture above you can see how it can successfully become a great dressing room light!
When it comes to living room floor lamps, you have to consider an arc lamp. It can be a great task light and with the right design it will even make for a great decor piece, which is one less thing you have to worry about!
Lastly, if you are planning a commercial interior design, make sure to consider Armstrong as a great candidate for your lobby, should that be the case. For a more sophisticated look, you can pair it up with golden elements and bold colors, just like in the example above!
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