Balanced lighting requires multiple sources of light in addition to general lighting. Ethereal white table lamps double the light and look especially beautiful paired with trendy dark tones of wood. We chose five of our favorites – take a look and get inspired!
Warm Nordic: Silhouette table lamp
Silhouette lamps, designed by Svend Aage Holm-Sørensen in the 1950s, are Danish design classics that have been re-released by Warm Nordic. The sculptural Silhouette table lamp combines different shapes, structures and materials in a fascinating way, providing pleasant indirect light.
&Tradition: Flowerpot VP3 table lamp
&Tradition's Flowerpot VP3 table lamp carries the exuberant mood of the 1960s, introducing a bit of peace and love to the modern decor. Designed by Verner Panton in 1969, the VP3 table lamp was born an icon, maintaining its attraction through the decades. The soothing round shapes of the VP3 act as a calming element, making it the perfect table lamp for a nightstand or the living room.
Hay: Matin table lamp
Hay's Matin table lamp brings a touch of vintage glamour to the decor, but with a modern mood. Designed by Inga Sempé the lamp features a delicately folded shade and a slender base made from bent metal, together creating a truly eye-catching combination.
Menu: JWDA table lamp
Menu's JWDA table lamp captivates with its simple yet detailed design language. A concrete base and a brass switch/dimmer add character to the minimalistic white table lamp designed by Jonas Wagell. The beautiful opal glass shade diffuses the light into a pleasant glow, making the JWDA a splendid table lamp for the bedroom or for creating ambiance anywhere in the apartment.
Oluce: Atollo 235 table lamp
Oluce's iconic Atollo 235 table lamp is just as much a piece of art as it is a beautiful source of light. Created by designer Vico Magistretti in 1977, the 70 centimeters tall Atollo 235 in an impressive and functional addition to the decor: Completely made from white Murano opal glass, the glowing luminaire offers an enchanting flood of light.
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