10,163 gooseneck table lamps Living Design Photos

1 Review
Potts Point
black lamp...industrial lamp...coffee table book...marble table
“Colocks” — AdecoGroup
Loudon County's Premier Frame Maker
The P. H. Miller Studio was founded in 1983. The studio specializes in making hand carved and water gilded frames and home accessories in traditional and modern styles.
Simpatico Interior Design
Beach House Great Ocean Rd
Coffee table next to chair, rug
white large pattern throws on red couch, beige carpet and dark wood coffee table...(Evan's)
Modernica Bubble Lamp Saucer Pendant...The Nelson lamp again...Nelson Saucer Pendant Lamp...wood dining table
“view and glass” — Christopher Adams
American Lighting Association
Do you like this over the circle dining room table?
I love lamp...corbusier chairs and tulip table...This is a stunning lamp!...Over dining table?
“Light & sofa” — Yaqoot Al-jana
Catalyst Architects, LLC
9 Reviews
Residences in DeBordieu Colony, Georgetown, SC
I simply love the lamps. What is the style/name of them and where can they be purchased?
Divide room in half with back to back couches! Grandmas tables, painted on either side.
Coffee table...lamps slouchy look
“Basement” — markandmarcy
Ana Williamson Architect
7 Reviews
Ana Williamson Architect
table and chairs for family room
fridge and sink by dining room table
Floor lamp
“don't like” — judyish
Dick Clark + Associates
3 Reviews
contemporary living room / family room
Where can I find the floor lamps?
coffee table...Cool coffee table
“Lampes” — mamieline
Threshold Goods & Design, LLC
Sweetwater Residence
I love the idea of 4 chairs around a table or ottoman. Instead of the usual sofa and chair. In a small space this is perfect. Wall color
An example pf 4 chairs around a coffee table/ottonman.
lamp, window treatments, furniture arrangement
Carpet and lamp
“chairs” — Laressa Neuman
Stephanie Wiley Photography
6 Reviews
Earlmont House
console table behind it, so the lamp wire isn't a problem on that side. The couch on the opposite side does have space behind it and therefore the lamp could
the options would be to place another console table behind that couch as well, or to take out that lamp altogether and rely only on the overhead lighting
lighting. If you could somehow block that 'walkway' with a small table, baskets, plants, etc., it could still work without the fear of someone tripping on
“Sofas” — Michele Whitcombe
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