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Table lamps are appreciated for their refined, minimalist and classic lines and offer the possibility of a mobile light point at hand. They are an excellent versatile solution for those who need a light source that takes up little space.
Perfect to complete the furnishing style, like floor lamps, they are decorative design elements that furnish and embellish environments even when switched off.
Given their versatility, they can be positioned as a decorative complement in hotel rooms as an abat-jour, in the reading area on the desk or positioned in waiting rooms.
In spaces where lighting plays an important role in providing the customer with an optimal visual experience, the use of task lighting such as table lamps with suitable brightness levels can be a pleasant and interesting experience.
In ambiences such as restaurants, you can create a more intimate atmosphere by placing decorative lamps above the tables as individual lighting points. They can also be used in outdoor venues to provide lighting in the evening hours during summer dining.
The quality of light is important for lighting in the catering sector to ensure that the colours of the food on the plate correspond realistically. The ideal colour rendering index for restaurant lighting is greater than 90 (CRI - max. index 100).
Each table lamp is chosen on the basis of the function it is to perform, adaptable to indoor and outdoor environments and available in different models and materials. They are all accessories that need to diffuse or direct light in different ways according to their use.
Classic table lamps are made with wooden, brass, aluminium and steel stems to create a more classic and vintage ambience.
Bedside lamps, also known as abat-jours, are lamps designed to create an intimate and relaxing atmosphere, a point of light with adequate brightness in the night area.
The lampshade, as in every lighting accessory, is a solution that can be adapted to any furnishing style, thanks to its total customisation.
Lampshades can be made in a variety of materials: fine fabrics, fireproof fabrics or fabrics suitable for outdoor use. They can also be made in plastics, metal, brass, carbon fibre, aluminium and natural materials such as plant fibres, cocoon and raffia.