Vintage Lighting Shines

Vintage Lighting Shines

Vintage Lighting Shines

Having difficulty finding decorative lighting that expresses your personal style? Look beyond bulk retailers and try looking your community classic market for undiscovered treasure. Decorating with classic floor lamps, table lamps, and wall mounted lamps not just increase the room’s charm, it is also makes a great intro to greener decorating.

Based on the lamp, it may demand a new color and hardness by a specialist. The end result is a piece that suits your style and price range.

Economy Interiors

A simple table lamp sporting a retro-inspired olive paint is just the correct form and scale to match this bedroom’s vintage-modern vibe.

Carla Aston | Interior Designer

The chrome classic floor lamp reproduces the shiny, reflective surface of the wall art and the photo frames lining the hall. Repeating elements help to provide a cohesive look to this vibrant bedroom.

For Folks design

When you find a pair of classic lamps, it is safe to say lady luck is on your side. Utilize the pair symmetrically in a beside like in this photo, on a buffet or in a living room. The pair provides increased effect together than when they’re apart.

Pair the old with the new. The glowing yellow star in the background happens to be a legitimate antique lamp, but the tall, dark, and handsome pair of new retro-style pendant lamps at the foreground makes the space appear to be teeming with original mid-century treasures.

Kimball Starr Interior Design

Classic also blends nicely in contemporary spaces, especially when like elements are present. The coffee table reproduces itself on the floor lamp’s tray. A linen shade catapults this throwback in the present.


Have a shot and go bold with your secondhand finds, especially if you bought it on a dime. A neutral space will be invigorated by adding a jolt of color that is shocking.

Charles de Lisle’s Office

Wall sconces are favorites origin of accent lighting. The greater, the sculptural. When followed by a classic table lamp, a weathered sideboard, and Moroccan runner this mid-century look goes global.

Emily Ruddo

If it’s a vase that captures your attention, have it retrofitted with lamp components of your choice. This piece is an original design and comes with bragging rights. Go ahead and pat yourself on the trunk.

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