The beautiful season is coming and it is natural to return to look at your garden, terrace or balcony with different eyes. Very often we think of the sofas or outdoor tables, forgetting how much outdoor lighting is essential.
In fact, proper lighting makes it possible to enjoy aperitifs and summer dinners as well as possible. Whether it is direct light on the table where you eat, or atmospheric for when you are conversing, lighting is essential for me. Outdoor lighting is often used from dusk to dawn and this is an excellent opportunity to save energy with LED lamps and fixtures.
The floor lamps always have their charm and are great for gardens or in outdoor spaces where they can be placed without hindrance.
A model that struck me is the Aton by Unopiù, very simple and modern, it can be placed both on the ground and on a small table as it is available in different heights. Or even the Mizar floor lamp, more romantic with the lampshade.
Hanging lamps can also be placed outdoors! The Hamper lamp by Unopiù is one of my favorites among the proposals of this company.
It has a trapezoidal metal cage structure and is very elegant especially for summer gardens. It is available in both white and bronze colors and the cable is entirely covered in rope-colored fabric. Thanks to its long cord, the Hamper can fall from a tree branch or even a parasol.
Most lanterns have a slightly vintage style, as they mimic the appearance of traditional lanterns; however, among the proposals of Unopiù there are lanterns with a more modern design. An always pleasant choice to decorate and illuminate the exterior.
Usually, these appliances are made of metal and glass and are available in a variety of finishes, including copper, iron, bronze and other silver-tone finishes, offering options that can fit almost any home. One of the patterns I love is the Oslo model by Unopiù, a LED floor lamp with an innovative look thanks to its square or trapezoidal shape and the polished metal frame.
Who lives in independent houses and does not have problems of “common facades” can also choose particular wall lamps. We find the Oslo lantern proposed as applique, which with its linear shape can be adapted to any context.