You are having guests over for dinner tonight, at your place. What is the first thing they will see when they walk in? The hall. First impressions are at the same time significant and irrefutable. Why? Well, even if your house is a lovely vintage hideaway or a sophisticated and stylish apartment, the initial feeling will not live up to our house’s full potential at first glance and that is not fair! A kitsch old-fashioned hall with poor lighting and a feeble lamp will surely not do it justice. But do not lose all your hope! We have put together a few smart suggestions and examples on how you can effectively improve hall lighting. Our suggestions were brought to you by DelightFULL | Unique Lamps
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If your house decoration is modern and refined, you will want your hall to be just as much. Combining pale colors with earthly textures, such as wood. And, afterwards, choose a bolder color — black, in this case — and complete the setting. As you can see, the progression from grey to black is balanced by the wooden brown. The CHUCK lamp is a wonderful stylish feature and, even though it does not shed an intense light, its combination with the brown is more than enough to enlighten your hall.
Going full-on white is always a great option. White is timeless, uncluttered and, combined with the right ornaments, can go from simple to classy. DelightFULL’s suggestion is to embellish your immaculate entrance with a golden “trinket”. This is BASIE. Basie is pure refined elegance. Inspired by the 60s sci-fi aesthetics, it reveals minimalism combined with a subtle je ne sais quoi of good taste. Maybe you can even change your doorknobs and make them gold as well!
And, since we are in the mood for whites, work with shades and different hues of the sequence black-grey-white. Experience with refreshing patterns and perhaps some pictures — these small features will make your hall look homelier. Lighting is key as ever. Having two sconces hedging a mirror or a painting will give balance to your entrance, whilst offering a double lighting effect. The HANNA lamp is a truly vintage piece, a true classic that takes us back to art deco. The voluptuousness and ethereal spirit of the shades make it a remarkable hall lighting fixture.
Well now, enough with the minimalist touch. If you want a hallway that actively makes a statement, here are a few recommendations with a lot of character. First, choose a bright color, such as green or blue. And, if you really want to make a statement, you will love the TURNER hall lighting fixture. It is voluptuous, just like the artist it inspired upon. The dancing, the flashy clothes, the movement she inspired; they are all there. There is no point in denying it. The white and gold of the exterior provide a subtle elegance and grace to the notorious lamp. However, the gold powder paint used on the inside will emit a light as bright as Tina.
Just do it. Merge marble, golden, white, grey. Juxtapose a painting, a table, a lamp, books and even something else. Leave few spaces blank and make bold choices. Do you remember “Best Of The Best Gold” by Janis Joplin? It was a song from the sixties, and it became a DelightFULL table lamp: JANIS is a contemporary piece, recovering the golden jazz spirit of 60’s. Covered by a golden bath, this table lamp was designed to make a powerful stance, turning any place into a classic majestic setting.
Least but not last, the flamboyant version. An earthly but detailed wallpaper, a pink vintage telephone, an antique bird cage and an audacious K. The Graphic Collection is fun and thrilling. The pieces are irreverent, unconventional and truly fascinating. As these lamps are so special, they do not fit it any environment. Does your house have what it takes?
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