Oriental pendant lamps

Oriental pendant lamps

An oriental pendant lamp creates a different atmosphere in your living room

Oriental pendant lamps increase the atmosphere. They spread a warm and cosy light in the interior. The living room of your home is where you spend most of your time with your family. It is also the place where you receive and entertain your visitors. These are also immediately the two reasons why changing the atmosphere in the living room every so often is a favourite pastime of many women. While at such times you may choose to change the curtains, carpet and wallpaper, bringing variety with the help of one of our Oriental pendant lamps is a good option.

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Buying a suitable oriental pendant lamp for your interior

We have oriental pendant lamps for sale in numerous models so there is bound to be a pendant lamp that suits your current interior. Here are some tips on how to integrate an Oriental lamp xl or an Oriental lamp lantern into your living room, for example, without it standing out. From the name, you can actually already conclude what an oriental lamp is. This is because they are lamps imported from India, Morocco, Egypt or one of the Arab countries, mostly handmade by skilled workers. Each of these countries has its own distinctive style mastered by their craftsmen. There are table lamps, floor lamps, wall lamps and lanterns you can place outside. Oriental-style pendant lights, fit almost any interior and enhance the atmosphere.


Dream away in an oriental filigree pendant lamp

Oriental filigree and or hole pendant lamps originated in Egypt. This oriental pendant lamp is also available as oriental pendant lamp gold or silver oriental pendant lamp because they are coated with a gold or silver paint on the inside. Apart from the lighting effect, this also enhances the soothing and chic nature of these lamps. You probably understand that there are numerous oriental lamps sold. These are either fitted with holes or have Arabic drawings and symbols in their pattern. You have specimens made of nickel but also pendant lamps made of metal and copper. An example is the colourful lamps from Morocco, which consist of a mosaic pattern in addition to holes. They are also known as the oriental pendant lamp mosaic model.


Some interior design tips for your living room

With a golden oriental pendant lamp, you can create a different atmosphere in any room within minutes. Choose the best spot and decide where to place his oriental pendant lamp large model. Depending on the arrangement of your furniture, you can choose to place an oriental pendant lamp white or an oriental pendant lamp black where you often sit reading. This immediately gives you an extra light source that also serves as a reading lamp. Moreover, a small silver Oriental pendant lamp will help you make that part of your sitting area more cosy. For a veranda, you can also choose from outdoor oriental pendant lamps or opt for a beautifully crafted oriental lantern pendant lamp. If you have a living room in vintage style, an oriental pendant lamp copper is a lamp that fits perfectly. After all, its oriental-style pendant lamp makes any room a touch more cool. Decide whether you want to go for a small oriental pendant lamp or a larger pendant lamp.


Choose soothing or colourful pendant lamps too

To avoid the whole thing feeling too busy, you can opt for an oriental pendant lamp black or a white oriental pendant lamp. In fact, these two colours of pendant lamps do well in any interior, regardless of the style of the rest of the interior. With an oriental mosaic pendant lamp, you bring some colour to a living room that you have styled in one basic colour. Apart from the design, the strength of the incandescent or LED bulb plays an important role in the final result. A large oriental pendant lamp is ideal as an eye-catcher in an open space. What can also be fun is to have an outdoor oriental pendant lamp installed at your front door. This gives your visitors a foretaste of what awaits them inside.

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