To what extent do Moroccan-style lamps differ from other types of lamps?
Lighting your house effectively does not need a degree in cinematography or the expertise of a professional lighting technician. Look around and observe the usual seating arrangements and activities. How often do you utilize the living room for anything other than watching TV? Do you host dinner parties, read, and socialize there? It’s important to have enough lighting for the things you like doing in a room, but you should also consider using some of the light to highlight special decor or expensive pieces of furniture. Now we arrive at the age-old conundrum: floor lamp or pendant light?
From the slopes of the mountains to your house, hanging and floor lights of artistic, handcrafted Moroccan design arrive. When you include the many permutations possible due to differences in hue, contour, and design, the options appear endless.
The light from the Moroccan floor lamps is directed both upward and outward, making them a superior choice over other designs. Because you seldom sit on the floor doing anything, it’s inefficient to use a floor lamp since its shade directs the light downward.
Hand-painted with henna, the goat leather shades of these Moroccan floor lamps are stretched over an iron frame. Barakah, which means “spiritual understanding and blessing conveyed from God,” was considered a kind of “Barakah” in ancient times. Craftspeople took great care to adhere to religious norms that forbid the depiction of human bodies, so instead, you will see symbols, geometric forms, plant-like motifs, and natural patterns. Some cultures see these patterns as amulets against harm, while others see them as symbols of protection. For instance, the fish design represents plenty, rebirth, and the sea. A lizard or salamander might symbolize a person whose soul is on a spiritual quest toward the sun. The forms of your Moroccan floor lamps were likely chosen because of their ability to ward off evil, boost confidence, and inspire awe in the beholder.
Stained glass and wrought iron or brass are used to create the Moroccan hanging lights, often known as lanterns. In Morocco, many castles and houses have hanging lanterns above their entrances, which is a show of wealth and prestige. Since these lights are suspended from the ceiling, they are safe for use in a house with children and may be used to illuminate a dining room or entryway.
What better way to greet guests than with a grand glass chandelier? Chandeliers are a sign of sophistication and affluence, yet they can be rather expensive to purchase. An exquisite hotel or bed and breakfast isn’t complete without a breathtaking chandelier. No matter whether you want to put it in your living room, bedroom, or on your outside deck, Moroccan stained glass lamps are a gorgeous and affordable option. Most of these lights are designed to be used both inside and outside, whether to illuminate a patio, front entrance, or pool area.
When it comes to human satisfaction, adequate lighting is crucial. Kajjoun Lights lamps of Morocco may be hung from the ceiling or placed on the floor, according to your preference. After figuring out what parts of your house require more illumination and why you may choose a color scheme that will make you feel more at ease and content.