As you know, mid century has some of the greatest and most elegant inspirations. And I am not only talking about decor. Everything about that time is luxurious and gracious.
The crystals are one of the most amazing things of that time. But not the only one. Lighting pieces used to be shiny and glamorous and we keep seeing amazing mid century inspired lights nowadays. Today we decided to show you some inspirations and we are sure that you will love them (you must believe us!).
Voilá. Look at this Denver Floor Lamp, by Castro Lighting. An amazing modern lamp with crystals. What an elegant piece with that beautiful mix between modern lines and that mid-century touch.
And look at this modern tripod lamp, by Plastolux. With a wooded body, this piece looks so good into that beautiful mid-century living room. Another proof that vintage and modern could result into an amazing eclectic space.
With expressive harmonic beauty, the Clark Suspension, by DelightFULL, exudes the “speakeasy” vibe. Constructed of brass tubing using the classic method of bending the brass twice into a rounded oblong shape allows for bright and load casts of light. Its structure is made in brass, covered by a golden bath just like real trumpets are. And it looks great at this dining area, don’t you agree?
When choosing your kitchen’s lighting, you could be mid-century inspired, too. Please, say that you don’t believe that area should be neglected. Kitchen is one of the most amazing spaces to have fun decorating.
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But we have to be honest: there is indeed a room where we prefer to use crystal chandeliers. And it would be living rooms. This space looks just great with this glamorous pendant lighting. And the combination between this mid-century piece and another ones more modern, like this tripod floor lamps, results very well.
Prepare your hearts, ’cause the following image is just stunning: a upside down tree, with lights insted of leaves.
From foot lamp to amazing ceiling lighting, this post is a mid-century wonder.