First up, this great statement floor lamp fashioned from a surveyors tripod. Dealer #150, $275.
|This vintage lamp is more traditional, but I think it would be a great addition to your home. I imagine it fitting nicely in a Hemingway inspired home complete with odds and ends from travels, atlases, or globes. Dealer #83, $65.|
Ah, cork. I am really digging cork base lamps lately, and this one is an excellent example. I haven't seen one in such great shape before--ordinarily, due to age, portions of the cork go missing, but this guy is fully intact and ready to light up your home. Dealer #123, reduced from $225 to $139.
I love this classic "egg" shaped lamp for its simplicity and elegance. I imagine it would look lovely in a Hollywood Regency inspired powder room or little girl's room. Dealer #05, $145.
These two guys are great. In the background is a 60s pendant light (which would incidentally look wonderful in my dining room, ahem!). What you can't see in the picture is that the inside of the lamp is a vibrant turquoise, which adds an awesome shot of color. Front and center is the red rescue lamp on rollers. I would love to see this used on an end table in a funky living room. Dealer #NYA, pendant light $95, rescue lamp $195.
LOVE is all I have for this lamp. I love its industrial edge and this light would be perfect for a larger space since it is bright, bright, bright! Dealer #02, $75.
What can be said about this lamp? It's awesome, it's bright, it asks me every time I walk in the door why I haven't taken it home with me. And it just happens to be a remarkably rare J. T. Kalmar mid-century modern "atomic" lamp. Dealer #133, price available upon request.