Christmas tree lamps



I know Christmas is gone and now we are planning all the details of the New Year’s Eve party, but I still feel festive and I would like to keep the Christmas tree all year long if possible. So I tried to find something to replace the famous tree and here is what I found out: Christmas tree lamps. That is I found desk lamps that are shaped like Christmas trees. They will light my way through the house in every season and will leave no dried needles behind.

The first model is entirely made of glass, actually of different size glass pieces that are put together in a very original way, looking like a real but smaller fir-tree. It is nice and fun and it lights when plugged in, but it could be a bit dangerous if you have small kids.

The second model is stained glass and it is an accurate replica of an adorned Christmas tree, with tinsel and presents under it and it will light your home long after your real Christmas tree will be in the garbage.

I like the third model most because it is made of china and has nice pictures of Christmas trees painted on the lamp shade and body and it looks very delicate and beautiful at the same time. Last, but not least, the forth model is a lamp in the shape of a fir-tree and it is lit from the inside. It is actually called the Lightree and it was designed by Letizia Censi.

They all make perfect Christmas gifts and also wonderful ways of reminding you of the holiday season.


Published by in Lighting, on December 30th, 2010

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