Since we usually talk about mid-century inspired modern floor lamps, today we decided to talk to you about Pop Art style. A style that is associated with the mid-century era, Pop Art is usually represented in paintings and sculptures, however, Pop Art is now used as an interior décor that gives us a feeling of nostalgia.
Pop Art is an artistic movement that began in the mid-’50s in England, later, during the ’60s, Pop Art began its influence in the United States through artists such as Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, and Claes Oldenburg. Pop Art symbolizes, to some, the transition from the Modern style to the Post-Modern style. With its main objective being to showcase the capitalism and consumer culture that was brewing in England, and especially in the United States.
Pop Art style in interior décor took some time to establish itself. Through a combination of shapes and colors being its main characteristics, however, only a niche of the market was captivated by this style. Pop Art style isn’t really in full force nowadays, what we usually see is a glimpse of this style, usually in the form of a painting hanging in a living room or bedroom. And that’s what we are going to showcase you today, is a mid-century flavored décor with traces of Pop Art.
DelightFULL being a mid-century inspired lighting brand, it’s only natural that they use mid-century inspired styles to pair with their lighting pieces. In this living room, we have DelightFULL’s very own Stardust floor lamp. Pop Art is present in the painting above the cabinet. It doesn’t have that Pop Art style in full-force, however, there’s no denying that it was inspired by Pop Art, from the patterns down to the color scheme.
In this living room, we have two Dorsey suspensions by DelightFULL. Inspired by the acclaimed jazz trombonist player Tommy Dorsey, this mid-century modern suspension lamp is a unique lighting fixture that embodies the music scene of the 1950s.
An Ike piece features distinctive, yet, recognizable design, even though, it has a minimalist design to it. With a Scandinavian and Industrial look to it, the Ike pendant lamp is a trademark of both styles. Ike Abrams Quebec was a famous American jazz tenor saxophonist.
What do you think? Do you prefer other lamps? Let us know your thoughts and leave a comment. You can discover more inspiration about interior and lighting design in the other articles on modern floor lamps.