Sponsored post. Written by Valentina Malevolti & Martina Mustur, Art Directors of Interior Design +
The world of lamps is very wide, in fact you can choose between many styles; today we will talk about the mid-century style that, with its characteristics, can embellish any bright element. These mid-century lamps are easily recognizable given their details such as the use of brass or the most modern metal with gold or black finish, and opal glass spheres or in the form of cones. Its gold version is easily adaptable to a wide range of color or furniture and walls, from the lightest to the darkest.
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Suspension chandelier with theatrical lighting, with brass body and spheres in contrast with the air-blown glass spheres. Perfect for rooms with high ceilings, given the large dimensions, the choice of blown glass spheres will give a softer light.
Photo © Peter Baas
Spotlights with the most modern lines but always in mid-century key, given by the finish perfect both for a private environment and for a public environment life a café. In the case, take notice that the gold is perfectly suited to the surrounding colors such as blush rose and petrol blue.
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Photo © Flos | Beppe Brancato
This table lamp, with brushed brass rod and blown glass opal diffuser, gives a point of light and preciousness to small points in the room. Perfect resting on marble and glass bases that will make it even more prominent.
Photo © Flos | Germano Borrelli
Floor lighting with rod and cone in painted steel or brushed brass with white marble base. Formed by simple geometric elements that fill the room with elegance and make the lamp in character.
Find out more about mid-century modern lighting in the second issue of Twist Magazine!
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