Lamp Lights

I know I’m not the only one who runs round the house as soon as dusk falls at this time of year. It signals the time to turn on the lamps and make the house cosy and warm. There’s nothing nicer than the glow from a tablelamp with a proper shade. Lamps are perfect for casting pools of light in dark corners and changing the entire mood of a room. I’ve even been known to place a lamp on a worktop to make kitchen dining more intimate and if I could have one in the bathroom (not advisable – really) I would!

Monochrome Tablelamps via Dear Designers

Sources from top: Left hand column, Large Mercurised Table Lamp, £155, Rigby and Mac. Regal Clear Glass Table Lamp with Bleach Linen Shade, £111, Artisanti. Pineapple Table Lamp, £120, Rigby and MacMiddle column, Truman Table Lamp (dog tooth shade sold separately), £78, Dar Lighting. Somerton Charcoal Table Lamp, £395, Lux DecoRight hand column, Dexter Dog Table Lamp, £55, Marks and Spencer. Waterloo Table Lamp, £485 , Inspaces. Regal Glass Table Lamp, £106, Design 55 Interiors.

Coloured Tablelamps via Dear Designers

Sources from top: Left hand column, Bubble Table Lamp in Olive, £280, Luku Home. Patara Table Lamp in Ocean Blue/Indigo, £697, Amara. Teapot lamp by Typisch Tessy, £48.40, Middle column, Polished Bouledogue Table Lamp, £55, The French Bedroom Co. Yellow Oak Table Lamp, £79, Hunkydoryhome. Right hand column, Noel Lamp Red, £60, Living it Up. Turquoise Ceramic Table Lamp, £220, 4Living. Wooden Tripod Table Lamp, £46, Zurleys.

October 7, 2015


1 Comment

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    David Easter

    October 11, 2015

    Table lamps make a great feature in any room. There are so many shapes, sizes and designs to choose from, picking one of these to meet your exact requirements should be relatively easy.


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