Asian Lamps – Create a Decorating Theme That Is All Your Own

Asian Fusion is a very hot style for clothing, design and even food. Some very unique interior design ideas have developed by crossing traditional Asian icons with American influences. Asian Lamps that are included in this fusion tend to be inspired by nature, architecture, ancient dynasties and even other Asian themed lamps. Floor, table and hanging lamps resemble their inspiring counterparts but are very clearly a product of Asian Fusion. The best part about Asian fusion is that there really is something for everyone and for every room you are attempting to design.

Silk and bamboo hanging lanterns are a new spin on an old design. Traditional Asian lamps that inspired this were generally made of rice paper and painted one color. These decorative hanging lanterns are still bright colors, but they also have beadwork and embroidery, not to mention that the silk is much nicer and lasts longer than rice paper. Not only can you use these to decorate your backyard party, but you can use them again and again after that.

Asian fusion has also given birth to an entirely different breed of floor lamps that can make your room feel like a garden…sort of. These Asian Lamps inspired by flowers of the far east have a “stalk” that leads up to a flower-like light holder that comes in a rainbow of colors. Another new style Asian Lamp that resembles a flower also seems to borrow a few ideas from Tiffany lamps. It is a table lamp that is ideal as a centerpiece because it appears to be a beautiful lotus flower in mid bloom. The fusion of this Asian Lamp is it’s makeup, which is similar to the stained glass mosaic of traditional Tiffany lamps.

To pull off a great Asian fusion design scheme with these inspiring Asian Lamps, you don’t have to look far. It’s fairly simple, really, because you are looking for furniture that is not necessarily Asian, but simply reminds you of Asian design. Even if it’s only one element of the item that really resembles anything Asian at all, that is ok. You can use recognizable items, such as traditional Asian looking lamps, to draw the Asian elements out of the other furniture and actually pull the room together. Whether your lighting choices include traditional lamps, or a fusion of Asian and American styles, you can use them to create a unique and innovative style in your home that is all your own.