Industrial style lamps combine rustic with factory charm to create a light for your home. Industrial lamps are designed using pipes, valves, tools, machinery parts, wood, glass, and rivets to create a unique design that is perfect for contemporary, rustic, and traditional decor styles. For example, vintage industrial table lamps provide a casual combination of metal, glass, wood, and fabric to create a warm yet modern feel. When decorating with industrial lights, the sky's the limit in choices, designs, and styles.
When choosing the perfect lamp for your office, living room, bedroom, or another area of your home, you want to carefully consider the style of the room and the overall look and feel you want for the space. Some things to consider when shopping for an industrial-inspired lamp include:
Industrial lamps are made of metal, wood, and other industrial items, creating an edgy and rough appearance. The details of these lamps include rivets, rust marks, peeling paint, and other eye-catching elements. In addition to creating a unique lamp, shop for an industrial light with many features.
Many lights can be dimmer or change between brightness levels (three-way lights). If the light does not have a built-in dimmer, shop for a light connected to a dimmer switch for brightness control.
The most significant feature of industrial lights has is their personality. Many industrial-style lamps are unique and individually created. This makes some industrial lamps one-of-a-kind and personal to your space.
Industrial lamps are unique and can become the focal point of your room. These lamps are fun to work with; it is possible to decorate an entire space around the light. It does not matter if you want a neutral-themed room or a brightly colored area; an industrial lamp can quickly become the space's focal point.
Because industrial lamps are so unique, they are often a conversation started when your friends and family visit.
Many industrial lamps take traditional lights, which means you can switch the light bulb with an eco-friendly one. In addition, other industrial light options can be designed using eco-friendly bulbs.
Industrial lights are made with various materials and sometimes come with bendable and moveable parts and arms. Bendable arms allow you to focus the light on a specific spot of the room.
There are many styles and components used in industrial lamps; there are many kinds of lights. The variety makes it possible to use an industrial lamp in any room of the home.
Hanging industrial lamps, such as chandeliers and pendant lights, create a classical look using a modern design. These lights work well in offices, workspaces, man caves, sheds, and garages.
Tripod industrial lamps are three-legged lamps that can be adjusted to different heights, and the light is rotated to focus on a specific part of the room. Most tripod industrial lamps have wooden or metal legs with a metal spotlight. Sometimes these lights are decorated with wood and metal elements, including spokes, gears, hardware, and medallions.
Industrial lamps can be designed to hang on the wall, similar to sconces. These lights contain all the elements a traditionally designed industrial table lamp has but are smaller to accommodate hanging on the wall. Additionally, wall-mounted lamps, such as half-moon design, can be flush-mounted to fit in small spaces or narrow spaces and hallways.
Like industrial tripod lamps, industrial floor lamps are designed with all the industrial elements but have a sturdy base with a long pole to create a free-standing lamp. These lights are commonly placed in corners of rooms to create ambient light and draw attention to the room's area. Depending on a room's overall design, adding an industrial floor lamp to a corner can create a sense of balance when one side of the room starts to feel heavy or off balance.
Desk industrial lamps are perfect for lighting a desk area or an end table. These lights are the most commonly used industrial lamps and come in many shapes, sizes, and designs.
The light you choose for a room can make a world of difference. For example, adding an industrial lamp to the space can create a layer of light while adding a conversation piece. Industrial lamps work well with any style, including modern, minimalistic, and rustic.
Know where you plan to place the lamp to help determine the size and style of the lamp you need. Additionally, you need to consider how bright the light needs to illuminate the room.
When selecting an industrial lamp, know the design elements you want to be included in the design. This includes what tools, metallic accents, and pipes to use in the design.
Select a lamp that matches and complements your existing room design. Though these lamps work well with any room design, you still want to ensure the light looks good and fits well with your existing decor without looking out of place.
Shopping for an industrial lamp can be a fun experience, allowing you to be creative and show off your unique style. When shopping for an industrial light, check out our catalog to see the different types we have available.
Currey And Company Lamps | John Richard Buffet Lamps | Tiffany Lamps | Gold Floor Lamps | Buffet Lamps | Rustic Lamps | Bedroom Table Lamps | Piano Lamps