Personalized Atrium Glass Table Lamp

One thing that lamps are generally missing is the possibility to personalize them. There are a lot of different designs in all shapes and sizes, but very few of them are as fun and original as this simple table lamp. It’s a $149 table lamp that has a unique feature: it allows you to fill the transparent glass base with your favorite little objects.

The dimensions of this lamp are 17″ wide x 10″ deep x 23.5″ high. It’s not a sophisticated piece. It has a very simple design but that distinctive detail really makes it stand out. The possibilities are endless. You can fill it with all sorts of things that would look very interesting in there. I guess you could even use it as a money box. Just use your imagination. And if you really don’t have any ideas, the lamp would look equally beautiful empty.

The lamp has a handblown glass base and it includes an ivory rectangular linen shade and a 3-way dimmer switch on socket. It’s a very interesting lamp with a versatile design that would look spectacular in any type of home. You can use it in the living room or in the bedroom, on the nightstand. Fill it with your favorite objects and it’s going to have a personalized look that will match with both your personality and your décor.



Published by in Lighting, on May 30th, 2011

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