|Living room by Studio Reed Design|
Hello, all! I wanted to share another item that is currently listed on Chairish! I also wanted to give some examples of how this piece could fit in any room. Today, I'm featuring this gorgeous (and massive!) vintage drip glaze lamp:
|Isn't that glaze amazing?!|
Although this piece is mid-century, I don't think it necessarily has to be used in that setting. You could go all out with vintage pieces - barkcloth curtains and shag carpets - or you could take a different approach....
|Living room of Aerin Lauder|
I think it would work in all sorts of settings. Against warm, rusty peach walls, like in Ms. Lauder's living room.
|Foyer by Bunny Williams via Veranda|
Or in grand and glamorous entryway, mixed with classic and modern elements.
|Home of Cece Barfield Thompson|
I love the idea of the lamp in a lovely eclectic setting like the one above. So pretty!
|Via House Beautiful|
|Image via Vogue|
As you can tell, I like the idea of mixing it with other shades of blue and green! I think that combination - along with some warm woods and textural accessories - would keep the lamp, and the room, looking timeless. Here is how I might put it together with other pieces:
|Wall Covering - Lamp - Table - Sofa - Tapestry Pillows - Velvet Pillow - Chair - Lantern - Curtains|
It would be neat to do some moody artwork as well. I love the selection at Anewall on Etsy. For the room above, I might do something like this:
Or you could go more modern and graphic and do an overscale print like this one:
There are so many ways to blend an item you love with your own things and your own style. You don't ever have to let the age or providence or style of a piece dictate how you want your space to look and feel. Although this lamp may not be what you're looking for, I hope this post delivers some inspiration for your own home!
I hope y'all have a great day! And keep checking my Chairish shop for more fun furnishings, and back here for more ideas and inspiration!