Living Room Lighting Designs You’ll Want to Buy Now!

Well, Summer is ending and that means… home renovation! Today we are showing you 8 living room lighting designs that will improve your new Fall decor and make a statement. So, let’s take a look at this dazzling lamps in order to make a great kick starter for the next season. Keep scrolling and get inspired!


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Inspired by the acclaimed jazz trumpet player Tommy Dorsey, this mid-century modern chandelier is a unique lighting fixture that embodies the musicality of the 1950s. The telescopic tubes that make up the body boast a gold-plated finish, while the lamp shades and center are lacquered a matte black. It is a unique chandelier, perfect for a mid-century hotel lobby, or an art deco-inspired restaurant.

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Botti floor lamp was inspired by the jazz musician of Chris Botti. The mid-century floor lamp is handmade in brass with a gold plated finish that reminds of a real trumpet due to its unique shape. Botti art deco floor lamp showcases a high-quality craftsmanship, that will definitely make a statement in your sophisticated classic living room design or mid-century hotel lobby. Botti contributes a jazzy and mid-century vibe as does the gold plated and white glossy finishes.

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Turner art deco table lamp was inspired by the electrifying and memorable dance moves of the iconic pop singer. Turner is a large table lamp handmade in brass and aluminum. A versatile piece, that can be used in almost any room of your house, this brass desk lamp looks its best when placed in a modern home office or art deco inspired living room.

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Cole is a retro floor lamp that has a three-shade design with a glossy black exterior and a matte white interior finishing. The three cone shades provide plenty of style as well as flexible lighting. Therefore, these adjustable heads Cole ensure maximum lighting, depth and add functionality to every single clean and modern design. This mid-century modern lamp provides brilliant light for any vintage industrial office or living space.

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Due to its delicate and curved forms, Norah wall lamp has a vintage style that will transmit a sense of elegance and sophistication in every single space. This decorative wall light consists of five fixed arms made of brass with nickel plated and glossy black finishes. The wall lamp bulb holders are made of aluminum with a matte black finish. Going as high as 15.7 inches, Norah wall lamp will sit beautifully next to a piece of art in your living room decor.

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Stanley floor light is a style icon of the fifties and sixties. With the possibility of having 1 to 3 moveable arms, this vintage style floor lamp will add effortless style to your mid-century modern reading nook. The adjustable 3-light floor lamp holds three boom arms, creating custom light effects due to its glossy black & matte white lamp shades. With clean lines and a sculptural shape, this gleaming nickel plated lamp will make you want to curl up with a book in your reading chair under the warm glow of your mid-century reading light.

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A revival of the mid-century modern design classics, Charles contemporary chandelier is a simple lighting design with a lot of character. It features 20 lampshades, all of them handmade in brass, with perforated details on the top. A copper plated finish is applied to the body of the lamp at the end of the process, creating a more contemporary vibe. The right contemporary pendant light for a Scandinavian dining room, or a modern living room design.

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Coleman is the ideal mid-century modern floor light to be placed next any 1950 modern furniture piece, like your industrial office couch or desk. The 1 light adjustable head floor lamp with matte black and matte white accents has a simplistic and sleek design featuring a black textile cord and an adaptable shade. With a classic shape making it suitable for not only Scandinavian style homes, this brass floor lamp will also fit perfectly in every single home design style.


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