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Brass porter lamp from Jayson Home & Garden
Jayson Home & Garden - Porter Brass Lamp - $550 (61" high, brass base and polished brass shade; three-way bulb compatible)(above)

Okay. This is the last day of LIGHTING WEEK on Nbaynadamas and I've just scratched the surface of what's out there as far as cool lighting. What's a girl to do? Help. promised, a panoply of fab floor lamps. This is for those readers who liked the blue floor lamp I posted earlier this week and for my mother who has been desperately searching for the right floor lamps for her living room. you go!

High gloss lacquered white turned floor lamp and matching table lamp from Z Gallerie
ZGallerie - Mariposa Table Lamp - $249(High gloss lacquered white turned floor lamp. Design inspired by chess pieces. Available in table lamp.)(above)

Green Bauhaus Arc Floor Lamp from cb2
CB2 - Bauhaus Arc Floor Lamp - $199(Modern arched floor lamp in green (olivine) metal. Pedestal iron base rises off-center. Shade is made of smooth aluminum; exposed butterfly nut pivots shade to direct the beam. On/off foot switch.)(above)

Polished metal and glass floor lamp from ZGallerie
ZGallerie - Constaletti Floor Lamp - $299(Polished metal and glass floor lamp. The glass spheres on the lamp post are etched with grooves. Sits upon a plated silver stand and is topped by a linen shade. 3-way switch. Maximum 150 watt bulb is recommended.)(above)

White glossy painted turned wood floor lamp with a raffia drum from Layla Grayce
Layla Grayce - Jamie Young Lighting Floor Lamp - $398(Glossy white painted turned wood floor lamp. Shown with extra large drum shade in raffia.)(above)

Mid century brass floor lamp from Crate & Barrel
Crate & Barrel - Perry Floor Lamp - $399(Mid-century design inspired the form of this floor lamp. Tall antiqued brass "A" frame on rectangular base gives the illusion of suspending an oversized oval shade of beige linen.)(above)

Metal floor lamp with bamboo detail and a tripod base and a black shade by Jonathan Adler from Croft & Little
Croft & Little - Meurice Floor Lamp by Jonathan Adler - $403.70-550.50 (Cast metal frame floor lamp with bamboo detail features tripod base. Black or white Parchment shades include a decorative metallic tortoise liner. Available in different finishes.(above)

Vintage inspired brass floor lamp from Plantation Designs
Plantation Designs - Lunette Floor Lamp - $645(Vintage Collection. Floor lamp in a vintage design in antiqued brass.)(above)

Antique silver floor lamp from Layla Grayce
Layla Grayce - Antonio Silver Leaf Floor Lamp - $738(Floor lamp is finished in an antiqued silver leaf finish. Silk dupioni shade is sold separately and is available in black, chocolate, cream or green)(above)

Life-sized horse with a light on its head designed by Front from Hive Modern
Hive Modern - Horse Lamp - $6,542(Life-sized horse with a light on its head. This equine floor lamp is one of a three piece collection of animal furniture designed by Front which also includes a Rabbit Lamp and a Pig Table. The Horse Lamp is available in black only)(above)

I know you might think this last lamp, the big life-size horse, is a joke. It is not. I kind of like it for the right space. In fact, I actually really like it. If I had a huge modern loft in New York City, with white walls, sleek furniture, an overall minimalist aesthetic and lots and lots of extra cash...I might just plunk down the thousands it costs to own it. Definitely a conversation starter! I've always wanted a horse...this is cheaper than buying my own real thoroughbred..right? (In reality, I do not own a huge modern loft in NYC, I do not have a minimalist ultra modern aesthetic and most importantly, I do not have lots and lots of extra therefore, I will not be purchasing the Horse Lamp. Oh hoo...)
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Write by: AN - Thursday, November 5, 2009


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