The orange is a symbol of energy, of vitality. Each vintage orange lamp from the ArtJL brand brings a touch of pep to your decoration, a sixties atmosphere too. And that delights us! Jérôme Peyronnet, craftsman, designs these lamps from old electric heaters. Each piece is unique. Upcycling made in France.
The choice of a vintage orange lamp in your interior decoration
How about opting for an original lamp with a retro light? This is what the ArtJL brand offers you. Because who says orange lamp, of course says vintage lamp!
Each ArtJL orange vintage lamp comes from an old radiator found in a flea market and garage sale.
Their orange color gives a pop side, decor from the 60s and 70s. Perfect for mood lighting in a living room, office or bedroom.
Living room lamp, desk lamp or bedside lamp: how to choose your vintage orange lamp?
Before choosing your design lamp, you need to define your goals:
- Which room do you want to light up?
- Do you want a decorative object, with a contemporary design in your space or do you need an accent lamp, a night light to read quietly in your bed, in your office or on your sofa?
- Are you looking for a table lamp for an adult bedroom or for a child’s bedroom?
- How do you want to diffuse your light sources?
Depending on your needs, you will find table lamps in different sizes in our online store:
A large lamp is able to brightly and dynamically illuminate your interior, even, like a diffuser, to project light effects on the walls.
A small lamp, it can be placed on your bedside table, a stool, a chest of drawers, or a coffee table. Decorative and functional lamp, it can be adjustable, even articulated. Useful if it functions as a reading light.
Brightness: which lighting to choose for your vintage orange lamp?
For a living room or a bedroom, opt for warm lighting, for a soft light tending towards yellow (from 1000 to 5000 Kelvin). This will help you create a cozy, cocooning atmosphere.
For an office, for optimal lighting, we recommend that you use natural, clear, white light of around 3,300 to 5,000 Kelvin.
A majority of our lights sequipped with LED bulbs, low consumption (from 2 to 20 Watts). Several of them have an Edison LED bulb. With LED lighting, there is no heat release.