This is such a fun and unique take on the Anglepoise, positioned high on the wall and connecting the two spaces together.
This steel lightens up the dark furniture around it while contributing to the overall delicacy of this work space.
This slender version attaches directly to the wall like a sconce and provides great but subtle nighttime lighting.
Less subtle, this long light has a long reach for this long desk--and adds detail to this simple space.
Double boxy task lighting in a bronze finish lights both sides of the bed allow one partner to sleep while the other burns the midnight oil.
A classic shape in a classic space. Much cleaner than a large lamp with a shade.
In this more modern setting, this piece adds needed light as well as another interesting shape.
Curved from its shade to its body, this lamp is a fluid floor-lamp take on the Anglepoise and, while it doesn't hinge, it does provide for a variety of positions.
In this magnificent sleeping space (such texture all around!) a simple light beside the bed does the trick. I love the spacing between the bed and the lamp, as if it can totally stand on its own.