Art Déco floor lamp, new production
Nr. 91 a
Art Déco floor lamp.
Beech wood blackened, chrome and glass.
1 burning point
Height: 180 cm
Art Deco floor lamp
Floor lamps are an important part of the Art Deco style interior. Generally, they feature a mix of modern and antique design elements, presented in extravagant and decadent ways. This one is a new production.
Typical features of a floor lamp are:
Geometric shapes are often designed in geometric shapes such as triangles, trapezoids or circles. These forms are often accentuated by materials such as chrome or polished metal.
Materials in Art Deco were often made of materials such as brass, chrome, glass or enamel. These materials convey a sense of luxury and opulence.
Lighting: Art Deco floor lamps often use indirect lighting to create a soft and comfortable atmosphere. This is often achieved with diffused glass or opaque lampshades.
These floor lamps often feature decorative elements such as carvings, engravings or embellishments. These elements can also be in a color contrast to the rest of the lamp to make it even more eye-catching.
Sculptural forms: Art Deco floor lamps can also have a sculptural quality, where they look like works of art and enrich the space with their form and materials.
Overall, Art Deco floor lamps are an important part of Art Deco interiors and can be considered iconic pieces that embody the sophisticated and luxurious aesthetic of this style.
Art Deco at RSA Wiesbaden
You can find more Art Deco cabinets, Art Deco chests of drawers and Art Deco lamps in my shop in Wiesbaden. Regine Schmitz-Avila – your specialist for French Art Deco furniture and art objects from around 1930.