Table Lamps That Go Above and Beyond as Design Elements
Lighting sources for a space can come in many forms, from beautiful chandeliers to recessed lights, from pendant lights to stylish table lamps. While all sources will illuminate a room and serve as design elements, the table lamp goes above and beyond as a design element. Table lamps offer the opportunity to create a conversation piece, add a touch of modern art, and a splash of color. There are thousands of well designed table lamps to chose from, but these seem to be among our most popular.
The Flowerpot VP4 table lamp by &Tradition was designed in 1968 by Verner Panton and is still a relevant design today. Inspired by the cultural phenomenon of the 1960's known as Flower Power, the flowerpot evokes the feeling of happiness with a carefree attitude. Available in five colors, there is sure to be one perfect for your family room or den.
The Polaris moves from a lighthearted statement to one of minimalism. It's slim profile and dimmer make it ideal for ultra-modern decor. Standing at 30 inches, the Polaris won't fade into the background. It becomes a focal point on any side table. It's available with three different shade options to meet your needs.
Adding a piece to a room that will illicit conversation among friends can be fun. The Yo-Yo table lamp by Almerich offers that whimsical opportunity. Resembling a toy yo-yo complete with the cord wrapped around the center, much like the string of a yo-yo would, this table lamp would be fabulous in a game room. The next charming table lamp is aptly named Charm; another beautiful piece by Almerich. Designed with a concave base, and a narrow profile, this table lamp is perfect paired with a narrow entry table, or a small bedside table. The base offers a place to store your keys, watch or jewelry.
The Royal table lamp, designed for both commercial and domestic use by David Abad, offers a fabulous simplistic luxury. It's tripod base coupled with the fabric shade lends an air of traditional good looks to an otherwise modern piece. It's perfect as a bedside table lamp or as accent lighting in a family room. Which of these are your favorites?