From the Hollywood Regency-style Miss K Table Lamp to classically opulent Bourgie table lamps a variety can perfectly fit in with the exclusive and exceptional style of your home. Another approach is to use the table lamp to usher in a completely different style giving the room a radiant focal point!
The lamp’s wood-turned stick shoots up from a cast aluminium base so making the ‘petiole’ – in botany the stalk that joins a leaf to a stem – between the base and shade. Designer and woodturner Andreas Bergsaker. Image via via Andreas Bergsaker. Petiole lamp photos by Lasse Fløde via Andreas Bergsaker.
The smart floor lamp with tripod legs in aluminum blends in with any style that you have going in the living room and its ‘neutral’ appeal also leaves the existing color scheme of the room unaltered. Its unique lightweight polyester fabric diffuser adds a layer of mystic charm to any space it adorns even as one marvels at its uncomplicated form!
A clever little light the lamp’s shade rotates in two directions and is fitted with dimmable LED technology. The Snap Lamp is available in a range of colours (and is pictured in dusty green).
Theia by German-born designer Mathias Hahn for Marset takes its name from the Greek goddess Theia mother of Helios (the Sun) Selene (the Moon) and Eos (the Dawn). With two faces – two half-spheres – Theia swivels around a central axis for use as a reading / task lamp or to create a warming ambience when projected against a surface. Merging light and shadow Theia is a graceful and poetic contemporary light with nuances of midcentury modern styling.
From holes to seeds…the Porcelain Seedlamp from Etsy shop Lightexture combines a cylindrical form with voided traces of rice or barley and quinoa seeds embedded before the porcelain was fired. We’ve seen plenty of examples of glowing translucent porcelain in today’s post but here’s the tone of these pendants when not illuminated: