Create A Well-Designed Space with Modern Amber Glass Lamps
Well-appointed spaces are characterized by contemporary furniture and accessories but no well-designed room is complete without stylish and functional lighting. The type of lighting you choose will vary depending on aesthetic preferences and the specific lighting needs of the space. For interiors that demand adjustable, portable lighting – such as living rooms, offices, recreation spaces – floor and table lamps are wise choices. Although many of today's spaces are punctuated by ultramodern fixtures and furniture in various neutral shades, there are still plenty of lighting options if a pop of color is needed. Particularly well-suited to traditional, mid-century modern, and industrial spaces, amber lamps are the perfect way to liven up a space.
How to Choose a Contemporary Amber Glass Lamp
Choosing a suitable modern or vintage amber glass lamp starts with considering the existing furniture and decorative accessories already present in the intended installation space. For example, if you plan to use your new amber lamp in a contemporary setting, opt for amber table and floor lamps that boast sleek silhouettes combined with lustrous metallic hardware accents such as brushed nickel, antique brass, and burnished steel. For industrial interiors, choose amber hand-blown seeded glass shades with sturdy wrought iron or spun aluminum construction. Industrial style amber table lamps and floor typically feature lantern-inspired profiles complete with adjustable bases, rotating shades, and convenient three-way switches.
Amber glass table lamps also add unmatched style and refinement to traditional spaces. In these rooms, choose clear or amber-colored lamp bases, hardware finishes such as light bronze, antique brass, or champagne (beige). There are several Contemporary lamps that also feature classic textile shades in a variety of hues ranging from neutrals like natural linen to bolder colors like crimson. To create a space that looks professionally decorated, select an amber lamp that is part of a larger collection of fixtures including amber glass wall sconces, chandeliers and other amber light fixtures such as pendants and flush mounts.
Aside from a set of considerations, you will also want to choose an amber lamp based on the lighting needs of your space. For example, adjustable lighting is preferable in office areas so light can be directed where it’s needed most. In living rooms and bedrooms, ambient lighting takes priority, but there may sometimes be a need for task lighting so, in these instances, choosing an amber lamp with integrated dimming capability and adjustable arms.