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    Create a Well-Designed Space with a Modern Industrial Floor Lamp

    A long-time favorite among design professionals and consumers alike, table and floor lamps are loved for their flexibility and portability as well as the ability to easily coordinate with existing furniture, decorative accessories, and fixtures. Picking out the ideal floor lamp for your residential or commercial space involves taking style into consideration but also understanding the available features that will make your space more functional.

    How to Choose Industrial Floor Lamps for Your Contemporary Space

    Modern industrial floor lamps can be used practically anywhere in a residential or commercial setting. Start the selection process by determining where you want to put your new industrial floor lamp. The most common places for floor lamps include living rooms, bedrooms, and home offices.

    Once you determine where you want your floor it is time to think about style. Draw inspiration from the room's dominant decor style to find the perfect lamp for your space. For example, in ultramodern or minimalist spaces, choose designer floor lamps with metal or glass shades, solid metal bases, and finishes like matte black, brushed gold, or polished chrome. work particularly well in industrial or minimalist spaces and often have slender profiles and adjustable arms for added convenience.

    To maintain a truly industrial-inspired aesthetic, choose from a wide selection of cage floor lamps. As the name suggests, cage lamps often have opaque or transparent interior shades with exposed bulbs surrounded by wire housings in finishes ranging from metallics like rust and gold to neutral colors like matte white and black. To create a professionally-curated look, choose an industrial floor lamp from a larger collection of fixtures that includes , chandeliers, pendants, and .

    In spaces with primarily traditional décor, industrial floor lamps can work well if they incorporate a few traditional design details. Look for adjustable arc-style floor lamps in traditional finishes like brass and chrome combined with modern convenience features like 360-degree rotating shades, dimmer switches, and 12-foot power cords. Other table and floor lamp styles that work well with traditional décor and fixtures include with Old World charm. Featuring exposed filament bulbs and lustrous metallic finishes, Edison lamps are a welcome addition to traditional and mid-century modern spaces.

    In addition to aesthetic value, many of the most popular industrial table lamps offer various design features that make these portable lights even more functional. Common features of designer table lamps include support for various lamping types, adjustable bases, 3-way switches, and even remote control operation.

    Other Things to Know About Industrial Floor Lamps

    After determining where you want to place your industrial floor lamp and what type of look you want to achieve in your space, there are some other things to be mindful of before making a final decision. While the aesthetic value is certainly important, the lighting needs of your space should be taken into consideration and the lighting type you choose should be based on the activities that typically take place in that space. Living rooms and bedrooms benefit from subtle, ambient lighting, so it’s best to go with lamps that support subtle 2700k color temperature bulbs. Spaces like offices where brighter illumination is needed, look for industrial floor lamps that support bright 4000k LEDs rated to last between 50,000 and 80,000 hours.