1,082 Eclectic Table Lamps
With both a practical and decorative element, table lamps are go-to accessories for any living room, office or bedroom. In a space with a high ceiling fixture, they can shed some light on more task-driven activities, such as reading or writing. As a decorative accessory, they can add balance to a sofa or bring eclectic style, color and overall interest to an otherwise neutral color palette. Even swapping out the lamp shade can make an impact. Since table lamp options are endless, begin your search by determining how you want them to function and what you want them to bring to the space aesthetically. More
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If you’re drawn to creative repurposing, this table lamp belongs in your favorite setting. Elegantly weathered driftwood contrasts beautifully with the sleek rectangular shade for an effect that’s both soothing and stirring.
Illuminate your favorite setting with this irresistible modern-meets-romantic lamp. A collection of crystals cascades from a water-rippled glass shade for a uniquely dazzling effect.
Water Table Lamp
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Appreciating this lamp is as easy as falling off a log. The juxtaposition of the sleek oblong shade and the tree trunk base brings a totally unique look to your favorite setting.
Birds are trendy this year and I can't help but jump on the bandwagon when I find adorable lamps like this. At one time relegated to a dark den, this gold find would shine in a shabby-chic living room, providing just a touch of fall spirit to the space.
Give your favorite setting an organic vibe with this unusual table lamp. The hand-formed ceramic base evokes the sea, the forest and other natural realms.
Designed to evoke the natural realms, this table lamp brings an organic touch to your decor. Hand-formed ceramic in tubular shapes and a brilliant orange hue recall a coral reef.
I love that this pair of gold horses gives a nod to tradition but that their forms and shades are more contemporary than the pair from Grandma's parlor. They are modern equestrian chic.
Here's a great lamp that I am considering for my own home. I think the sleek gold would look great on a rustic chest.
Here is a lamp that is simple, fun and a little bit different. I like to use this piece on a side table for something interesting.
Lamp bases are original finish Moe Bridges, early 20th century. Shades are hand hammered copper, with swivel feature, by contemporary artist Michael Hames. One of a kind set. Price is for the pair.
The Pamukkale Collection's glasses are from Pyrex and the metal parts are made from antique silver. They come for USA with E-12 and for Europe with E-14 bulb holders.
How cool is this vintage desk lamp? It has a nice industrial shape, and I love the faux bois base. It would have a big impact without taking up a whole lot of space.
This is a true story. I was in a rich person's house and saw a killer industrial lamp on a French chest in the entry hall. I asked the interior designer about it. "Only $1,200," he gushed. I think this looks almost the same as that one.
Wood Task Lamp
Light up your life in rustic simplicity. This wrought iron table lamp is hand-crafted in Mexico by talented artisans, and the curvy base is painted for polish and patina. With its matching shade, it makes the perfect addition to your rustic living room, library or vacation home.
An unusual snakeskin pattern, finished in gray metallic, makes this lamp unique. What makes it so useful is the tapered base, perfect for any surface in your home that demands a smaller footprint — such as a nightstand, buffet or credenza.
Everyone loves a bunny, so why not in a lamp? Dress it up with a fun shade or keep it as is. I think it would look great in a kids' room or quirky living area.
Could your room use a bit more light? How about one with duck feet? This lamp is sure to get a reaction.
One of the many beauties of Etsy is that you can find things like vintage marquee signs all over the place.
Lightly distressed, textured, dark bronze finish with gold undertones. The square bell shade is a khaki linen fabric with natural slubbing.
Milk and Honey Home, the Atlanta design team founded by Julie Holloway and Anisa Darnell, not only designs darling eclectic and vintage-esque interiors, but their site hosts a shop with a number of goods (including these amazing linen shaded tree lamps) to create their custom look in your home.
This refreshing lamp has a pineapple-like texture, a gorgeous glossy blue glaze and will add loads of light and personality to any space.
Why not bring some color to a space? This lamp has the perfect splash of bold, but the shade keeps it from being overwhelming.
I love the sculptural shape of this lamp. In a subtle way, it also mimics antlers. It will look great on a tall dresser as part of a vignette.
This lamp is almost romantic in a way. Remember that episode of "Friends" where Ross and Rachel finally get together? Yeah, like that.
At $179, it's not for the light of wallet, but if you've got the cash to splurge, this industrial pipe lamp is an amazing creation. And you can choose whichever character you want.
How cool is this thing?! This absolutely, 100 percent should be used in a minimal type of decor situation. It could easily go way too "Gilligan's Island" if you're not careful. I would put it on a desk with a few books, a propped painting and a plant — that is all.
Fewer daylight hours calls for more indoor lights. This riveted brass table lamp is beyond chic. Buy a pair for maximum impact behind a sofa or settee.
A vintage marquee light would add a pop of fun to the family room. I love the aged finish and big lightbulbs on this one.
I just love the geometric lattice print on this lamp - it's like a Greek/Moroccan mash-up, and on a cylinder with a perfect finial, it's an eye-catcher!
This gorgeous porcelain lamp looks like something Salvatore Dali would have had in his home. The pattern of color on it makes it truly a work of art.
If an exotic feel would fit your room scheme better, look for hammered-metal bases like this one from Serena & Lily.
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