Bedroom Lighting

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DREAMY LIGHTS FOR YOUR BEDROOM

Having the right lighting for the room is essential. The bedroom, especially, is one room that calls for the right mix of lights since you spend your most precious time here. FLOS brings to you the best of its slumber collection to inspire you with bedroom lights that include floor/bedside table lamps and soft lighting ideas for your contemporary bedroom.
Browse through our modern bedroom lighting designs.

PARENTESI
ACHILLE CASTIGLIONI & PIO MANZU
1971

"Pio Manzù had the original idea for Parentiesi,” explains Achille Castiglioni. “He thought up a fixed vertical boom and a cylindrical box with a slot for the light, which went up and down: you stopped it with a screw. He replaced the boom with a metal cord that, when bent, creates friction and enables the lamp to be in position without requiring any screws."

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PAOLO RIZZATTO
1973

Inspired by a minimalist design, Paolo Rizzatto created this timeless piece in 1973.

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CAPTAIN FLINT 
MICHAEL ANASTASSIADES
2015

There’s a duality to this finely balanced piece from artist Michael Anastassiades. “I wanted to design a light that was dual purpose,” he says. “It is an up lighter, illuminating the space with ambient lighting, and its rotation also offers a dim companion for reading. There’s a notion of balance, with a cone resting delicately on its point on a rotating rod.”

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KELVIN GREEN MODE I 
ANTONIO CITTERIO
2009

“With Kelvin, my intent was to start with a spring system and add an essential design,” says Antonio. “The project takes its design cue from a clamp, which becomes the base, and which explicitly evokes the image of a technical object, with an engineering matrix, inspired by bridges and tensile structures.”

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STRING LIGHT CONE 
MICHAEL ANASTASSIADES
2014

“I love the way they divide the landscape and how spheres are occasionally beaded through the wires at random intervals. I also love how, in Mediterranean cultures, strings of lights are stretched between posts to mark an outdoor space for an evening party in a village square. And finally, I love how human ingenuity works around problems created by everyday things in the house (like switches and power points) that others have chosen to position where we don’t want them."

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KTRIBE T 
PHILIPPE STARCK
2007

Designer Philippe Starck is known for an ability to create objects that “demand the most from the least,” and the Ktribe family of products is no exception to that rule. Streamlined and smart, it pushes boundaries while reflecting his focus on positive reduction and environmental consciousness.

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GLO-BALL BASIC
JASPER MORRISON
1998

nspired by the soft and serene glow of a full moon in a clear sky, Jasper Morrison created the Glo Ball series to illuminate the otherworldly magic of the night.

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IC LIGHT F
MICHAEL ANASTASSIADES 
2013

Poise is powerful: That’s the message Michael Anastassiades offers with his IC Light Series. From the skillful balance of the sphere and baton that invokes thoughts of a dexterous juggler’s act to the lamp’s name—IC, a reference to the identity code used to evaluate immigrants entering the UK—the designer makes a commanding statement.

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MAY DAY 
KONSTANTIN GRCIC
2000

Designer Konstantin Grcic offers a lamp that is the height of functionality, but doesn’t skimp on beauty. He created this conical light to go anywhere it is needed—whether that means it’s displayed prominently or illuminates a utility closet.

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RAY T 
RODOLFO DORDONI 
2007

Offering a fresh perspective on an iconic shape, Rodolfo Dordoni designed his modern drum diffuser to resemble a lighthouse. “The stand that supports the light source is an elementary structure,” he says. “It is part lighthouse, part power pylon.”

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PARENTESI
ACHILLE CASTIGLIONI & PIO MANZU
1971

"Pio Manzù had the original idea for Parentiesi,” explains Achille Castiglioni. “He thought up a fixed vertical boom and a cylindrical box with a slot for the light, which went up and down: you stopped it with a screw. He replaced the boom with a metal cord that, when bent, creates friction and enables the lamp to be in position without requiring any screws."

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IC LIGHT T
MICHAEL ANASTASSIADES 
2013

Poise is powerful: That’s the message Michael Anastassiades offers with his IC Light Series. From the skillful balance of the sphere and baton that invokes thoughts of a dexterous juggler’s act to the lamp’s name—IC, a reference to the identity code used to evaluate immigrants entering the UK—the designer makes a commanding statement.

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