If you caught my recent Get the Look on this room, you may have been charmed by the orange floor lamp standing in the corner. Orange can be a very bold color, especially in a white room, but here it just adds a touch of subtle and fresh color. And since it picks up some of the tones in the artwork and the rug, it brings everything in the room together. I knew I'd seen this lamp before but couldn't remember where at the time of my post. As it turns out, it's quite the famous fixture. To hear where it's from, read more.
The lamp was designed in 1950 by a French company by the name of Jieldé, and was inspired by railway lights. Its industrial, flexible, and elegant qualities make it a timeless piece, and it can bend in any direction, making it quite versatile. A few styles of the lamp are available, including a table, floor, and ceiling lamps, but the one shown is known as the Signal lamp. It's available at Kárikter in the US for $1,200.
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