Floor lamps are flexible and have character
With few movements they are easily transported and change their light. Floor lamps are the all-rounders among all lamps – find a small overview in the Connox interior design shop. One floor lamp is just as versatile as a table lamp or another floor lamp. Simply connected to electricity and the room will appear in new brightness. This noticeably differentiates floor lamps from ceiling lamps, pendant lamps or wall lamps, which remain installed in one place all the time. According to the place of your home's electricity plugs, floor lamps will appear decently in the background or catch attention in a more obvious and visible spot of a room.
Many floor lamps carry these skills openly: They are dimmable, have reading light or run with batteries. This means that floor lamps are all-rounders regarding light. And you mustn't decide between mood light, ambience light or working light anymore.
Real classic floor lamps
Among floor lamps there are also real classic pieces, such as the AJ lamp by the design legend Arne Jacobsen, the Foscarini Twiggy, the Tolomeo by Artemide, the Luceplan Costanza or the Gräshoppa by Gubi. Most of these floor lamps spend direct light – but also diffuse and soft illumination is given by designer lamps: some of them are the arch lamp Carpyen Totara or the SlimSophie by fraumaier bringing freshness into homes and spreading soft light. Others, rotatable lamps like the Floor and Reading Lamp by Absolut Lighting can also serve as reading lamp or as "normal" floor lamp with direct light.
LED Technology in floor lamps
Floor lamps are also more and more powered by LED technology. The low energy consuming light diodes don't only save the purse, but also the environment. LEDs are mostly dimmable and some LED floor lamps, such as the Edison by Fatboy even have a battery, which makes it possible to use the lamp in the garden. No question: a floor lamp is suitable for many purposes.
Find and purchase your floor lamp in the home design shop – be inspired!