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Art Deco Lamps

If Art Deco items are all the rage for you, then go for it. The decorative style named Arts Decoratifs after the exposition held in Paris, France, in 1925 quickly spread to the rest of the world. Anti-traditional pieces like Art Deco lamps are available in a variety of designs to embellish your home or office with a sleek, elegant look. Review the inventory of other home lighting items in this decorating style to create a unified appearance.

Other Home Lighting Items

Instead of giving your contemporary lamp to a thrift shop, repurpose it with an Art Deco lamp shade. You can find one in a colour and finish to blend perfectly with your decor. Additionally, review the selection of Art Deco home lighting items and consider vintage-looking Edison bulbs or a French-designed lady statue with a slim profile suitable for a mantle.

Power Sources

If your home or office doesn't have a socket in an alcove or nook, place a battery-powered lamp in the space. You'll find ones shaped like crystal ice cubes or iconic red telephone boxes. There are corded varieties for wall sockets as well as lamps that include a USB cable to hook into a computer or power bank. It may also have a USB port on it to charge your smartphone.


You can place a desk lamp on a side table to provide ambient lighting or put one in a workspace to provide light for office tasks. Choose from the inventory of night lights with some shaped to resemble humidifiers or characters from Star Wars and Captain America. Touch lamps make your job easier by not relying on wall and cord switches, while floor lamps are tall and have frosted globes to point light to the ceiling cutting down on glare.


The colour of your Art Deco lamp could speak to your personality. You might choose cool-coloured lamps like light blue and green because you like to relax by the seashore or stroll through a meadow. On the other hand, being attracted to white, beige, and brown lamps could mean you enjoy rocky coastlines. In retrospect, the reason could be as simple as the colour make you smile.

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