A floor lamp like this puts the spotlight on your work. A retro shade is part of today's vibe, bringing the old and new together.
Supersize me! Remember when lamps were 20-something inches high? They are oversized now, which works so well for task lighting if you have room on a desk for the base. This is a big trend because it makes any office feel "comforting."
Buffet lamps look fancy, and pairs bring in more light to an office.
Match your light base to your decor through color.
This lamps' black shade packs a powerful punch with a white base. It's a great choice for a bedroom desk.
If your desk is against a wall, try a wall sconce and save desk space. There are so many plug-in options like this one!
These wall sconces are a great take on the traditional desk lamp's old school look, but with a twist: They are on the wall!
No plug near your desk? No problem. A floor lamp could be your solution. Look for one with two bulbs and a white shade for pure, vibrant light.
Another great way to bring light to you when you do not have a nearby outlet: Use an arc lamp over a desk that floats in the room.
A light that clamps on to a shelf reminds me of my Dad's tool workshop in our garage. He loved those clamps.
More clamp lamps! These are lemony-berry sweet, and the adjustable bodies and heads are great for task lighting.
Take a bow, you shiny bold thing! Try an office lamp that is architecturally appealing like this one. In this position it looks like a ballerina taking her curtain call.
The industrial look is so hot right now. This lamp has a shape and finish of a commercial building's outdoor sconce and is a fun addition to a modern space.