1,535 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 — everything from desks lamps to Tiffany lamps to touch lamps are available — begin your search by determining how you want them to function and what you want them to bring to the space aesthetically. More
Lamplight is so much more peaceful than a bright overhead light. I love the metallic detailing on this table lamp and hope it encourages guests to spend a little time reading before bed.
UK designer Craig Foster designed this cool cork desk lamp. Simple and a dash industrial, it looks great for a home office.
This gorgeous 18.5 Inch Large Floral Lily Pad Base "Frogalina" Lamp Holder has the finest details and highest quality you will find anywhere! 18.5 Inch Large Floral Lily Pad Base "Frogalina" Lamp Holder is truly remarkable.
How cool is this lamp? More than just light up your room, it will also become a piece of art for the wall.
I'm dying to get my hands on one of these for my little man's room. The bicycle light is my absolute favorite.
Each of these lamps is made from a found piece of driftwood for a very natural and unique look. The round bulbs add a modern touch.
Just one glance at this beautiful lamp design and you can quickly think of myriad different display options. Thanks to smooth, tasteful lines and a warm, inviting burlap shade, these lamps can blend into almost any bedroom space, living room or hallway with ease.
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.
I love the artful strokes of blues across this lamp. It can go Asian (think china patterns) or coastal (think seascapes) or exotic (think ikat prints in the same room).
This clear table lamp is made for showcasing a cool vintage looking light bulb. Thankfully, one is provided here to really show the fixture's style potential.
Could your room use a bit more light? How about one with duck feet? This lamp is sure to get a reaction.
Crafted from solid reclaimed Chinese elm wood, this well-designed lamp allows the base to be the star of the show. The natural charm of the asymmetrical base is sure to catch attention and intrigue your guests, while the dark shade provides an elegant contrast. Place the lamp in your favorite...
Asymmetrical Elm Lamp
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.
This lamp is a wonderful example of making something from scraps - literally. Its designer, Bill Hilgendorf, collects wood scraps from local workshops to create each unique Stoolen lamp. The result is a beautifully contemporary lamp that will add a gorgeous shape and up-cycled textures to your home.
This lamp is fashioned from a rock found on the coast of Maine, and each one is unique. It adds a natural texture in an unexpected form.
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.
This lamp’s sculptural quality will appeal to your inner artist. Its airy linen shade contrasts with the textured surface, creating lovely visual tension. Place it on your bedside to bring some artistry to your evening light.
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.
I’d love to have this gorgeous burnished mirror lamp in my home. It reminds me of a very old mirror my grandmother had.
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.
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