Mid-century modern is an architectural, interior, product and graphic design that generally describes mid-20th century developments in modern design, architecture and urban development from roughly 1933 to 1965.
The more mid-century modern homes we see, the more surprised we are that so many good design ideas have been disregarded or forgotten over the last years.
We don’t want those ideas to fade away, so today we’ll present you ideas of how to create a Mid-Century Modern home using Table Lamps.
Experience the molecular design of Atomic table lamp. A spot-on interpretation of the atomic age design. A set of 4 round spotlights, golden and black balls, all arranged in an abstract organic composition to enhance non-conventional molecular forms. Each shade evokes an amazing effect on the surface. Conceived for modern settings, this striking piece it can be ideally placed in a modern living room to surprise your guests, as well as in a modern lobby. A breathtaking design inspired in 50’s legacy, created by DelightFULL.
The Artemide Tolomeo Micro Color Series Table Lamp is 40 percent smaller than the original, but features the same flared shade that tilts and rotates 360 degrees, a fully adjustable articulated arm, and die-cast aluminum construction. Designed by Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina.
Since 1959, Artemide has created a wide array of modern table lamps, floor lamps, wall sconces and suspensions. Technologically advanced, and with styles ranging from clean and refined to sculptural and avant garde, many Artemide designs–especially the Tolomeo and Tizio–have become icons of contemporary lighting design.
The Robert Abbey Havana Table Task Lamp designed by Jonathan Adler is practical, sleek, flirty, and chic! Light your lair with this brilliantly-priced new line of task lighting. The Havana Table Task Lamp features a laser cut White metal shade with a perforated design and a Polished Nickel body. A Hi-lo dimming switch provides maximum light control.
This noble and elegant piece boasts a patterned composition of straight brass tubes in rhythm with the irregular shades of the Estremoz white marble, defining the jazzy saxophone melody creating a beautiful match for the classiest environments. Delightfull’s Donna table is the luminaire inspired by the Donna Lee melody, played by the most nostalgic jazz composers such as Jaco Pastorius and Miles Davis. The warm light passing through the golden tubes makes every sitting room cozy and charming.
The Glo-Ball Basic’s smaller relation. The Flos Glo-Ball Mini T Table Lamp features a petite, spherical shade of luminous hand-blown and acid-etched Opal glass. The unobtrusive white plastic base allows for maximum light dispersal. Designed in 2003 by Jasper Morrison as an addition to the Flos Glo-Ball collection.
A solid design with loads of sparkle. The Foscarini Caboche Table Lamp features polymethylmetacrylate spheres that provide engaging illumination in a design with extravagant visual texture. The globes encircle an internal blown glass shade that contains a single light source. Designed in 2005 by Patricia Urquiola and Eliana Gerotto. Made in Italy.
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