If you’re keen on Oriental interior style, a Japanese floor lamp may be something you’ll want to have in your bedroom or living room. It might look quite minimalistic, yet really different to most traditional lampshades people have in their houses. They provide warm-toned light that seeps through mat shade that reminds of rice paper. It might even have hieroglyph writings or cherry blossom or lotus flower designs on the actual shade part. Red dragon, sunrise and cherry blossom, Buda face, traditional Japanese temple, geisha in kimono and Yin Yang designs are quite popular as well.
There’re a couple different options of Japanese style floor lamps. They might look like a straightforward tower with wooden framing fitted by paper. A couple of horizontal wooden planks dividing the lamp may make it a little bit more eye-catching. Sleek round styles look exceptionally minimalistic, yet quite elegant and traditional. However, shapes, lighting tones and textures might differ. For instance, it might be not plain, but twisted tall tower with horizontal bamboo lines. Or, it may be a lighting fixture that looks like a bedside cabinet with sheer doors with a warm yellow light inside. Or, it might look like 4 narrow wooden window panes brought together.
Japanese paper floor lamps may feature a couple of storage or display shelves underneath the actual lantern part, which makes these fixtures even more functional. Besides, as all Japanese house décor elements, it provides the opportunity to save space in the room and decorate it at the same time.
Another kind of Oriental floor lighting fixtures is Japanese lantern floor lamp. It looks less traditional, much more elegant and lightweight and gives you that distinctive Japan spirit to the room decor. It might be a lamp that looks like just a big individual lantern with crumpled paper effect or a tall fixture with silver metal base that has a couple of those lanterns at its top.