A floor lamp is a very flexible solution and can be positioned anywhere with a nearby electrical outlet. It makes it versatile, and you can easily change the look of the room by simply moving the lamp to a new location. The floor lamp can also be used in places other than the living room. In the bedroom, it can be a good solution to use a floor lamp for a bedside lamp – it creates a light appearance, while at the same time ensuring that the lamp does not occupy space on the bedside table, or is fixed onto the wall. In the foyer, a floor lamp can be a cozy addition to lighting such as ceiling spotlights or a ceiling light.
Rebon floor lamp designed by the Wisanka Indonesia RnD team. The shape of shrimp animal underlies the designer to design this lamp design. Inspired by the nickname for the city of Cirebon, namely the city of shrimp. This minimalist floor lamp designed sturdy with a straight pole construction. The lamp frame that resembles a shrimp body decorated with natural rattan adds a local heritage character, and it is suitable combined with various types of furniture and other rooms in the house. Besides functioning as lighting, this floor lamp also functions as an aesthetic enhancing element in a space.
To support the appearance of the beauty of the house, of course, you can’t rely on furniture alone. There are times when it is necessary to add other elements that are more appropriate to support this. One that can be applied is to add floor lamps in several rooms as needed. This floor lamp functions in addition to lighting, it will also be able to beautify the area around the room.