See The Best Mid-Century Floor Lamps Inspired By Jazz Musicians

Meet our mid-century floor lamps. Inspired by the best jazz musicians and their music, the designs of the lamps are ultimate and stunning. Thanks to them, even the most boring interior designs become classy and lovely. Let’s get inspired by the beautiful ambiances together!

 

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#1 Duke 5 Floor Lamp

Let’s start our exciting journey to the world of Jazz and inspiration with this amazingly designed Duke 5 floor lamp. Duke Ellington was an inspiration not only to artists and musicians all around the world but also for DelightFULL designers, who created this mid-century floor lamp as a tribute. Each cone lamp shade is conducted by a brass arm and its counter-weight. Duke is an ideal retro-styled accessory for any modern or mid-century interior design.

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#2 Brubeck Floor Lamp

For this lamp, Dave Brubeck was the main inspiration. Being one of the most luxurious DelightFULL lamps, it will make you fall in love with it from the first sight! This mid-century floor lamp features some asymmetrical gold-plated tubes in order to attribute a contemporary lighting effect. While the tubes are designed in brass, the base is handmade in steel with a matte black finish. All in all, the Brubeck floor lamp is functional and sculptural lighting able to enlighten any setting.

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#3 Coltrane Floor Lamp

We bet you all know that John Coltrane was an American jazz saxophonist and composer. In addition to that, he was an inspiration for this mid-century floor lamp. Coltrane floor lamp embodies the avant-garde jazzy vibe that this legendary musician transmitted in every music concert. Soft and smooth lines of this unique lighting piece allow you to place it in minimalistic designs, as well as in the best mid-century ambiances.

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