Tips on Buying the Right Modern retro light fixtures

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Tips on Buying the Right Modern retro light fixtures

Postby Kramer » Tue Feb 13, 2018 4:47 am

There are simple ways to create a simple interior design as if it had been done by a professional, such as adding strategic lighting, architectural details and unifying elements. A modern retro lamp seems tiny enough, but it introduces perspective and ambience into a room. A floor or wall lamp can be the focal point of a minimalist corner. With designer lamps such as George Kovacs, Herman Miller, Tobias Grau or Louis Poulsen, the accessories can be elegantly underestimated or boldly established.

The right modern retro lighting fixtures serve a specific purpose for lighting. Lamps, sconces and pendants create drama in the living room and dining room. Monorail track lighting, recessed ceiling lights and accent lighting inspire calm and tranquility in the bedroom and bathroom. The main brands of Vibia to Taller Uno, Alt Lucialternative, Catellani & Smith and Marchetti have collections for general, task, spot and flood lighting.

Contemporary retro light fixtures are popularly mid-century or high-tech, or a marriage of the two, as retro-modern or neoclassical. Artemide, FontanaArte, deMajo, Anthologie Quartett, Bruck and other well-known brands cover a wide range of styles. From functional table lamps to atmospheric outdoor applications, they can have sports attenuators, low voltage reflectors, rails or rails, a space age version such as Kevlar and an aluminized polycarbonate screen.

Finally, good modern retro lamps complement the design of the room and the palette. Polished or chrome-plated steel, hurricane or flute glass, satin or polished nickel, black or white cooked enamel, antique brass or bronze are just some of the finishes of leading manufacturers such as FLOS, Prandina, WAC, Anta, Foscarini and Linea Light.
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