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Floor lamps are excellent versatile lighting options. You can use them to produce generic lighting for the whole room, task lighting to illuminate a particular space while working, and accent lighting to highlight a specific area as part of the decor.

Thanks to their construction, electric lamps supported by poles, you can place them near any seating area in any room. Use them anywhere throughout the house, be it the living room, dining room, bedroom, library, or home office.

Our retailers offer a wide range of floor-standing lamps, available in many styles and sizes, made from different materials so you can find something for any room.

Styles

Besides lighting up your room, floor lamps are also excellent decor pieces. Our retailers can help you find floor lamps that fit various aesthetics and interior designs, as our retailers' selection extends beyond vintage floor lamps with tassels and fringe shades.

Material

Depending on the floor lamp style, their base and shade can be made from various materials. Some of the most common options include metal, wood, and plastic.

Our retailers offer many lamps with metal, wood, stone, or ceramic bases. These are typical for contemporary, transitional, modern, and rustic floor lamps characterized by natural textures with a sleek but rough look.

Similarly, they have many glass and crystal floor lamps, ideal if you want to add a touch of elegance to your room. Other options include unique floor lamps with irregular shapes made of fiber or plastic.

Sizes

When picking the floor lamp size, consider the dimensions of the room you'll place it in. If you plan to have the lamp next to an armchair where you read at night, make sure the lampshade is high enough so it can illuminate the book on your hands once you are seated.

For large rooms with high ceilings, go for tall floor lamps. If you pick something short, it will end up looking out of place and make the room seem emptier than it is. Similarly, tall floor lamps will make low ceiling rooms appear even lower.


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F.A.Q.

What is the standard height of a floor lamp?

The standard height of a floor lamp typically ranges from 58 to 64 inches. The right lamp for you will depend on the lamp's purpose and the surrounding furniture. If you're placing it next to a sofa for reading, the bottom of the lampshade should be near eye level when seated. On the other hand, if you're using the floor lamp to add ambient lighting to a room or to brighten up a dark corner, a taller lamp maximizes its impact.

What are the different styles of floor lamps?

Floor lamps come in various styles to suit different preferences and interior designs. Some popular styles include:

Traditional floor lamps with ornate details and fabric lampshades

Modern floor lamps featuring sleek, minimalist designs with metal or glass elements

Industrial floor lamps with exposed bulbs and metal finishes

Arc floor lamps with a curved arm that extends over seating areas and provides focused lighting

Tripod floor lamps with a base resembling a camera tripod for more stability and a unique aesthetic

This is just a snapshot of what’s available! There's a floor lamp to match every taste and décor scheme.

Where is the best place to put a floor lamp?

The ideal placement of a floor lamp depends on both the room's layout and its intended function. Here are a few placement tips:


Welcome guests: Place a floor lamp in an entryway or foyer to create a welcoming atmosphere.


Illuminate artwork: Position a floor lamp next to a piece of art to showcase it as a focal point.


Define zones: Use floor lamps to delineate different zones within an open-plan area, like a reading nook or a cozy corner for relaxation.


Outdoor ambiance: Extend your living space outdoors by placing weather-resistant floor lamps on a patio or deck to create a welcoming area for large gatherings or quiet evenings.


Unexpected heights: Experiment with varying the heights of floor lamps in a room to create visual interest and depth. This will add an element of drama to your decor.


Understated elegance: Place a floor lamp behind a piece of furniture, such as a sofa or a console table, to cast a soft glow and create a subtle, inviting atmosphere in your home.