Top 100 Creative And Intriguing Table Lamps For Modern Interiors

Something as simple and in some cases as small as a table can have a pretty big visual impact on the interior design of a room or home in general. Modern table lamps are no joke. Their designs are as interesting as they are functional. Take your pick of any of the following designs and picture it in your home. Notice any improvements in your home decor? In most cases a table lamp completes the room and once you have it everything appears to fall into place.

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If you’re looking for something simple and sleek, Le Deun might have the perfect lighting fixture for you. They offer a range of table lamps with circular designs and subtle ambient lighting, available in several sizes and colors. You can match them to your ceiling light fixture.

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For those of you that prefer something a little more classical but not lacking creativity, we suggest the range of modern table lamps offered by Heathfield. Lamps such as Obus or Olympus have just the right amount of pizzazz to look glamorous without being opulent.

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The same company also offers a series of stylish table lamps with glass bases and elegant metal accents. The colors glow subtly and are accentuated when the light is turned on.

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A set of three elegant table lamps is displayed here. The Billie lamp is in the far left with the Gil lamp taking the center stage. Ella and Dorsey and the two quirky lamps displayed on the right.

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Line One is a handmade table lamp with an elegant and solid base made of marble. The lampshade is made of aluminum and the two parts are connected with a brass rod which gives the lamp a lightweight and delicate look.

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The lighting collection from Brokis is designed by Lucie Koldová and has a really artistic allure. The designs of the lamps are simple with an emphasis on material and form. They disperse the light over a sandblasted surface which creates a luminous line when viewed from the side.

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Featuring a combination of metal, wood and linen, the Forma table lamp fits of a variety of different decors and styles. It has a body made of dark stained walnut wood and its shade is available in linen or burlap. There are also subtle accents of brushed or black anodized aluminum.

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The design of the Giraffa lamp is somewhere at the meeting point between playfulness and practicality. In addition, the lamp is also extremely versatile. It has a 360 degree rotating shade that’s connected to an angled post. It looks very simple and it’s very easy to use. its warm and fully dimmable LED light source makes it ideal for bedroom nightstands and desks.

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The lamp designed by Mark Holmes is a modern interpretation of a classical accessory. Its design is simple and structured into three components made of folded sheet aluminum. Available in a variety of different colors, the lamp is versatile enough to be used in any room of the house. The light it gives out is dim and pleasant being perfect for bedrooms or for ambient decors.

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Meet Pris, the table lamp that suits all your needs. Thanks to its simple and flexible design, the lamp can be configured in a variety of different ways for lots of different environments including homes and work spaces. The lamp has a set of adjustable linear arms fitted with up and down diffusers that offer warm LED light.

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The Note Design Studio created the Fuse Collection based on two inspiration sources that combined create a perfect marriage between tradition and simplicity. The Italian and Nordic influences are represented in the form of an elegant set of lamps crafted of ceramic and wood. They have cylindrical shades and a base shaped like a tray.

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The design of the OT2 table lamp is a very simplistic and graphical one. The lamp was designed by Marco Capeto for Officine Tamborrino. It has a structure made from a single metal elements that serves as a base, support and lampshade. This pure and honest design gives the lamp a very lightweight and chic look.

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If you want a table lamp that adds a touch of vintage charm to its surroundings, have a look at Turbaya, a lamp that’s visually similar to a gramofon. It can be used as a wall sconce or as a table lamp and it has a base made of brass or copper pipes. The lampshade is made of brass and it diffuses the light in a glamorous way.

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Ray Power designed a lamp called Air M. It’s part of the Air collection which is an experiment that explores the qualities of plywood. The material was shaped into tridimensional objects that has a conical stand and a ribbon-like shade. The lamps are both functional and aesthetically impressive. They stand out and can double as abstract sculptures.

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The inspiration for the design of the Con. Tradition table lamp comes from traditional Chinese lanterns. It is, of course, adapted to meet the needs of the contemporary world. The lamp has a sleek steel frame and body with an elegant finish. The design is pretty versatile and allows the lamp to either be placed on a table or to be attached to a wall.

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If you’re looking for a lamp that can look nice when placed against a wall, perhaps Macchia would suit your needs. The lamp is manufactured by Erba Italia and its elegant and sinuous design is the work of Giorgio Soresso. The base made of fiberglass and can either have a glossy or a matte finish. It lampshade is made of fabric.

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Concrete is not a very common material when it comes to accessories such as table lamps. It is, however, an increasingly popular material in contemporary interior design, being appreciated for its elegant roughness and its texture. This is the T2 UP lamp. It has a geometric design and can feature gold, silver or copper plating on the inside. It suits spaces with minimalist decors and it can be used in combination with a variety of other styles.

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The design of the Woodspot table lamp is a very charming one. The base is actually an angled support similar to those featured by photo frames. The resistance piece is the lampshade which has an elongated bottom that touches the surface on which it stands. Both the shade and the support are made of spruce wood. The shade’s exterior is painted and comes in a series of delicate pastel colors. Thanks to the form of the lamp and the material used, the light emitted has a very warm and comfortable feel.

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The Matt Cemento collection manufactured by In-es.artdesign includes three beautiful models, one of which is Cemento, a table lamp with a lovely concrete shade. It’s supported by a sleek and linear base that forms an L-shape. The interior of the lampshade has a colored coat that contrasts with its neutral exterior.

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At its core, the design of the Milano Study lamp is extremely simple. The lamp looks like a delicate ribbon made out of wood. Created back in 2014, the lamp is extremely stylish and it preserves its beauty, having a sort of timeless look. The only material used for its creation was ash wood with a natural wood oil finish.

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The Bowl table lamp designed by Knut Bendik Humlevik has a really charming look in the sense that it looks a bit like a tiny fireplace. The Edison bulb is contained within a smoky glass bowl attached to a wood or copper base. The inspiration comes from the designs of old lanterns which has been simplified and refined. The lamp is a part of the DesignJunction collection.

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The adjustable arm makes the Trapeze table lamp a perfect accessory for nightstands, desks and side tables. It can rotate 360 degrees and it comes in two sizes, large and small. The arm moves with a fluid motion across 3 axes. It has counterweights which allow the user to be very precise when adjusting the angle. At the same time, the LED lampshade offers diffuse, even and pleasant light, ideal for reading. The lamp was designed by Peter Stathis.

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With a design that’s simple, quirky and playful, the Spun Table Lamp is the creation of Jonah Takagi. The shade is made of aluminum and is supported by a lacquered steel base complemented by a cloth cord. Several combinations of colors are available. For example, the base comes in green, yellow and orange and the shade is available in polished aluminum, brass or matte white lacquer.

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The Cauldron lamp is not designed to offer abundant light. It’s more of an ambiental accessory. Its name is quite suggestive in the sense that the glass shade actually looks like a small cauldron. The light is concentrated at the center. You can integrate such an accent piece in a cozy bedroom setting or somewhere in the corner of a lounge area.

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The design of the Kasa M table lamp is inspired by the traditional japanese hats. The lamp is characterized by a simple look with clean lines, a conical shade and an overall sleek form. The shade casts light over a thin circular metal base and this creates the illusion that the body of the lamp is floating in the air.

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Studio Score+Solder offers a range of eye-catching lamps and terrariums, all made of glass and with geometric forms. The lamps have solid wooden bases complemented by a glass top shell constructed out of geometric glass pieces that together complete a puzzle. They come in several different sizes and forms.

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Technically, the lamps designed by Studio Cheha have no light bulbs. It’s actually their lampshades that light up. Their designs are inspired by classical desk and table lamps and have a touch of magic. They have a touch dimmer for the bright LEDs and they can suit a variety of configurations and decors.

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Because every product offered by Talbot + Yoon are handcrafted, this makes every piece unique. A lot of the designs including these table lamps are characterized by simple forms inspired by nature and by a playful and quirky appearance. Each lamp is distinct and special. The Bob collection is made of concrete and recycled glass and the lamps have golden tops.

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These are the Sulfonation lamps, a series designed by Dechem for Kavalier Glass. The lamps are part of the Laboratory Lights collection. They come in two sizes and they have cork bottoms with copper accents. They use retro light bulbs.

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The interesting thing about the Liam 1 lamp series is the contrast between the marble bases featured by all the lamps and the metal or glass bodies. Each of the lamps has its own set of special characteristics. They all offer a soft and warm glow and they’re each eye-catching enough to stand out in any type of environment.

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The Alvin table lamp is a quirky little accent piece. Its most notable feature is the solid marble block that basically serves as a base for the lamp. There is no lampshade but only an Edison light bulb. Apart from that, there’s only a small switch. This is a quirky little lamp of small dimensions and simple and versatile enough to look interesting in a variety of settings and decors.

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Perfect for casual and contemporary spaces, this industrial table lamp is unique in the sense that its shade is made out of a recycled can and its base is cast in concrete. The body that supports the shade is made of copper pipes. Considering these details, you could probably make something similar yourself. You’d need a mould for the concrete base, a can, pipes, cord and some spray paint. It might be fun to customize the design according to your specific needs. {found on etsy}.

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Designs such as Balance by Victor Castanera stand out by linking themselves to timeless concepts such as gravity and time. This lamp is actually a tribute to those concepts, featuring a design that’s artistic, harmonious and also a little bit dramatic. It uses neutrals such as black and white to highlight the forms and the idea behind the object.

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The thing that distinguishes the Kavo lamp from other table or desk lamps is how easy it is to install and assemble. The lamp comes in flat packaging and it’s composed of six parts connected with four screws. Its design is simple and classical and the lamp is made from high quality materials. Its body is made of birch wood with a walnut veneer coating.

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The Wings series designed by Haim Evgi is composed of minimalist table, floor and ceiling lamps with designs inspired by the wings of various different birds. The table and floor lamps feature thin iron bodies that support the shades thus creating the image of a flying object. The wings of the lamps are made of solid oak and the bodies are made of painter iron pipes.

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Designed to serve as a lamp for reading or other similar tasks, the Quart lamp features a white marble base and a swiveling shade, these elements being connected by a wooden rod. The design is inspired by classic forms and lines and has a simple but at the same time rich character. This directional lamp is an elegant fit for spaces such as bedrooms, offices or hallways.

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At the core of this table lamp series was a set of restrictions. The designer, Mario Alessiani, was challenged to create a metal design using only folding laser cutting techniques which also had to be affordable. The Vela table lamp was the result. The bulb is inserted into a tube and an alloy sheet is used to diffuse the light.

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Believe it or not, the main material used in the design of this lamp is seaweed. This is the Marine Light, a table lamp designed by Nir Meiri. It has a strong artistic character and at the same time it borrows elements from classical lamps. The base is made of metal and the shade has a thin metal structure onto which the organic seaweed is applied and left to dry and shrink.

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As you might have noticed, the designs of these two lamps are inspired by construction cranes and heavy lifting machines. They are the creation of Magenta Studio and they feature a series of thin steel rods that transmit low voltage electricity from the base of the lamp to the bulb, thus freeing the structure of wires.

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If these lamps look familiar that’s because they resemble classic gas lamps. The image inspired Patrycja Domanska and Felix Gieselmann to create a new and modern lamp that they called Gus. It has a simple and graphical design featuring a cylindrical base and a cone top. The lamp is available in white or dark blue and with a clear or opaque glass shade.

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Quirky, cute and fun, the Lion Penseur (Thinking Lion) lamp is the creation of Korean designer Lee Jinyoung. The lamps are handmade and their design is meant to first of all follow the guidelines of safety so they can be suitable for spaces used by kids. The designer used materials such natural cowhide or leather to give each lamp a unique character.

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We can think of several things that make this lamp stand out. First of all, it’s made from a repurposed wine-storage vessel. Also it looks pretty practical and versatile. The Dama lamp was designed by Tom Allen for Lucirmas. These lamps are made from recyclable material, particular from 5 litre glass containers (dame jeanne). The bottom of the bottle is cut and attached to a timber base with a plumen lightbulb.

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Plywood is a very common material but it’s rarely used with aesthetic purposes, being mostly appreciated for its functional character. This is not however the case for the Streamlined lamp, a creation of Studio Roex. The idea behind this collection is to highlight the characteristics of plywood and to reveal the beauty of its layers.

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Frank is a table lamp that combines utilitarian and aesthetic characteristics. The body of the lamp is made of metal and wood, two materials that complement each other. The lampshade has a swivel mechanism which allows the user to adjust its tilt and orientation. The lamp was designed by Oliver Hrubiak and is meant to serve as a task or ambient light for spaces such as bedrooms or home offices.

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Inspired by the 20th century art deco movement, the Nuovecento collection includes a series of eye-catching LED table lamps designed by Davide Aquini. The lamps are constructed using marble discs attached to triangular metal structures. The lamp offers warm and subtle ambient lighting and it stands out even when turned off thanks to the unique veining on the marble discs.

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The really odd thing about the Light table lamp would be the fact that it has no lampshade. That’s because its innovative design projects the image of a shade on the wall when turned on. When turned off, the lamp doesn’t really resemble a light fixture but looks more like a simple freestanding beam. This is a creation of Design Studio YOY.

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Perfect for reading nooks, the Lumio SF table lamp looks exactly like an open book. The more you open it the brighter the light becomes. The lamp is designed by Max Gunawan and the project become popular through a kickstarter campaign. The battery of the lamp can be charged using the USB port built into the spine. It lasts for 8 hours.

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It’s easy to recognize the idea behind the Chapeau lamp. Philippe Starck found the inspiration for this project in the simplicity and elegance of the hat stand and translated that into a new object able to function as an accent light. The really cool thing about it is that the user can use any type of hat as a lampshade thus offering him the freedom to customize the lamp as desired.

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The inspiration for this minimalist lamp series designed by Nir Meiri came from the moon, more specifically the faces of the moon. The collection includes three lamp types designed for the floor, table and ceiling. The Moon table lamp has a stone disc base and a shade inside of which there are flat LED bulbs positioned so that they evenly spread the light from the center to the edges.

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The architectural design of the Moresque lamps was meant to capture the defining details of the Alhambra complex which is a fortress located in Andalucia, Spain. The lamps are designed by Alessandro Zambelli and they look like towers with bulbs at the top. The design is both chic and full of meaning.

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The story behind the Nelly lamp is a fun one. The lamp is the creation of a team of young designers who used the traditional glass working techniques from the island of Murano to produce something that’s timeless and versatile. The lamp has a frosted white glass body and a hat-like shade available in several beautiful colors. It was named after a dog because it’s meant to be like a companion, like a little best friend.

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The Say My Name lamp was also designed using traditional glass-making techniques and it its case these were combined with contemporary lines and fluid forms. Each lamp is hand-blown entirely from Venetial glass and the colors displayed by the lampshades are created in the furnaces of Venice.

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This is Cupola, an intriguing table lamp that puts together two contrasting shapes. The base of the lamp is a metal cube and the shade is a sphere made of wood. The contrast resulted between the two forms and materials is a very harmonious and visually pleasing one. Each shade is handcrafted from whole trunks of naturally fallen beech.

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If this table lamp looks simple and familiar that’s because it is. These lamps are crafted using 19th century bottles traditionally used for the storage of wine. The bottles are converted into table lamps and they are combined with modern brass accents for an elegant look. Each lamp is unique, with a character given by the lamp used in its design. {found on original-house}.

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This is not the first time we’re featuring these quirky and playful table lamps. These are the Get Out Dog and Get Out Cat lamps, both available in a variety of different colors. As the names suggests, the lamps are either shaped like dog or like cats so it’s up to you to pick the type of companion that you prefer.

 

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Ella is a very delicate and elegant lamp. It has a hand-blown glass shade supported by a steel tripod base. Despite its sleek and delicate forms, the lamp is very strong and sturdy. It has a graphical and sophisticated look and it comes with a shade available in transparent or grey glass. The metal stand can either be black or white.

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Usable either as a table or a floor lamp, Boule is a simple-looking accent piece designed by Sebastian Herkner. It comes in several different combinations of colors mostly based on neutral shades or white and gray. The base can either be black or white and it made of porcelain while the shade is made of hand-blown glass.

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The overall simplicity of the Balloons is what makes these table lamps so interesting in the first place. They’re pretty big and that’s one detail that makes them stand out. Furthermore, their design is one defined by smooth lines, delicate forms and strong contrasts.

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Meet Bounce, a playful little table lamp that looks a bit like a penguin. It’s the compact version of the original lamp designed by Karl Zahn. It has a compact base and a shade made of folded aluminum that’s white on one side and decorated with a wood veneer finish on the other.

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You know that feeling when it’s as if someone’s watching you? It gets more vivid when you have an Atlas lamp. The lamp was named after the Titan that keeps the world on his shoulders. It has an elegant geometric design and it looks as if it’s hiding a deeper meaning, almost as if it’s a metaphor for a mysterious concept.

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The symmetrical design of the Balloon table lamp is the element that actually grounds it. Everything else about it is meant to give it a funky and playful look. The lamp is designed by giorgia Zanellato for Atipico and it comes in a variety of different colors such as yellow, gray, brown, green, orange or black. It has a wire frame and lampshades made of cotton or linen.

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It doesn’t look like much when you first lay eyes on it but the ZHE lamp is actually more interesting than that once you learn the idea behind its design. The lamp is inspired by a type of wood that’s hard as rock and its shade is hand-welded to look like a cluster of rocks.

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This is a lamp that would be perfect for a desk or for a nightstand if you’re the type that likes to read in bed. Its name is Stream and it has a fluid geometry that allows it to look dramatic while maintaining its minimalism. The lamp has a sleek aluminum body and an LED light source in addition to a flexible four stage dimmer.

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If you’re looking to add a touch of color to your interior decor, then you might want to consider a Numen lamp. The different designs you see here are actually one and the same lamp. That’s right, you can shape the lamp however you want. By changing its form you also give it a new character and you introduce a new element to the decor.

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The lamps displayed are part of a collection of lighting accessories that have veneer shades and wooden bases. They also blackened bronze hardware that added a subtle industrial touch to their look. These floor and table lamps are available in walnut, cherry, ash, maple, mahogany and oak. {found on chrislehrecke}.

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You could define the Maija lamp collection using a single word: luminous. The lamp’s design is conceived as a series of stacked discs that encircle the light source. Originally in a nude rose color, the discs are now also available in white.

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These luminous bodies are the Cesta lamps, a series designed to capture the pure and warm beauty of the Mediterranean. The lamps are handcrafted using traditional steam bending techniques. They feature elegant and sleek frames made of cherry wood and a glass shade shaped like an opal. The lamps feature dimmers and they can be displayed on desks, tables or directly on the floor.

 

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Available in two sizes, the Sin lamp was designed by Antoni Arola and it doesn’t have a shade. Instead, it features a luminous ring attached to a sleek and elegant base. It has a built-in switch that makes the light dimmable. It’s a good fit for workspaces or for bedrooms. You can find it in two matte colors, white and graphite as well as with a clear white shade or an opaque aluminum one.

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The Petite lamp is, as the name suggests, small and cute. It has a shade that can be turned to illuminate at the perfect angle and it’s handmade of birch wood. The design is simple and elegant look and it’s available with four different finishes: natural birch, laminated white or black and walnut veneer.

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With a design similar to the one of the Petite lamp, the Owalo is available as a wall-mounted sconce or a freestanding table lamp. It’s most commonly used as a reading light in the bedroom and it’s handmade of birch wood.

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Three materials were combined when creating the Dome table lamp. The lamp features a disc-shaped base made of wood, a metal body available in several different finishes and a glass shade partially covered by a dome-shaped shell made of perforated metal.

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This is Stella, an elegant and solid-built table lamp with a sturdy base handcrafted from hardwood discs carefully stacked together to give it its geometric and sculptural form. The shade can either be short or tall and is sold separately.

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The Sunrise table lamp is available in two versions with similar designs. The lamps combine solid brass and wood and this gives them a minimalist and elegant look. They have dome-shaped shades that swivel 90 degrees front and back and 180 degrees side to side, offering flexibility and the option to adjust the light for optimal coverage.

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We continue our list with a lamp named Drop. As the name suggests, it has a drop-shaped base which is complemented by a simple linen shade. You can choose to customize the lamp with your choice of materials and dimensions so it fits perfectly in your decor. Use it as an accent piece in the living room or add it to your bedroom or even to the home office.

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It comes in five playful and beautiful colors and it has a simple and fresh design. We’re talking about the Eclipse table lamp, a quirky accessory with a lot of energy. It gives the decor a dynamic feel and it also allows the space to feel really cozy and comfortable. The lamp is made entirely of ceramic.

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The beauty of the Pulse lamp lies in its simplicity. It has a really chic and casual design. The base is made of transparent glass and looks like a bottle. It’s filled with cord which then runs through a hole pierced into the glass. The lamp uses decorative Edison light bulbs.

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K Blade is a table lamp made entirely of hardwood. It features Oled technology which allows it to maintain a minimalist and linear design. It’s a graphical lamp with a sculptural form which suits contemporary decors and spaces such as offices or reading lounges.

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Designed for indoor use only, the Mia lamp is the type of quirky accessory that you can expect to see in certain types of modern and contemporary homes. It has a playful design with a structure made of white white ceramic. It has a matte finish on the outside and a polished finish on the interior.

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Some lamps go beyond the basics of interesting design. A good example is Luminose which is a lamp that looks like a puppy. It’s a wooden table lamp with a flexible design which allows it to be interactive and to become more than just a lamp. It was designed by Ellizabeth Zimmerer and Marton Lente and it’s a lamp that you’ll really enjoy if you’re a dog person.

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This unusual-looking table lamp is the creation of designers Asia Samimi and Nima Fardi and it’s called Inside Out. The desire behind its design was to showcase the unique attributes of concrete as a material suitable for more than just large constructions. The design of the lamp is simple and sculptural with a solid body made of concrete and a sort of frame made of brass.

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In 2015 Atelier Mazine created a series of lamps called Twig I, II and III. Their designs blur the barrier between natural and artificial. They’re crafted using wood and concrete and their designs are reminiscent of wooden shutters. The wooden section is available in solid oak and beech and the base is solid and made of concrete.

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It’s easy to fall in love with the Mush Lamp. That’s because it has a really cute design and it’s shaped like a mushroom. It gives off warm light and it adds a touch or organic beauty to any room you place it in. The base is made of wood and the lampshade is made of ceramic and compressed wood chips. You can choose between colors such as white, black and brown with either a matte or a glossy finish.

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This is Frank, a lamp designed by Oliver Hrubiak. It has a very distinctive design, featuring a tripod wooden base and a swiveling shade. The materials used by the designer when putting together this quirky lamp include ash wood, powder-coated steel, brass fittings and spun aluminum.

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The cool thing about the Scoop lamp is that it occupies very little space on the desk, table or nightstand, depending on where you decide to use it. It does that thanks to its open base which lets you use the table surface twice. This means that in that open space at the center of the lamp’s base you can put a vase, a pencil holder or something else that fits.

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In case you have an unusual passion for ducks, there’s a lamp that lets you express it. This is the Mallard Duck table lamp. It was designed by Rachel Kozlowski and it has an easily recognizable base that’s shaped like the body of a duck. The duck’s head is actually the lampshade.

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Sometimes simplicity is the best option if you want to keep the decor welcoming and comfortable. The Globe table lamp has a design that revisits the basics forms. Its main feature is the lampshade which is a large glass globe that offers soft and diffused light.

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In a way, we tend to have mixed feelings about this lamp. On one hand, it looks pretty classical judging it by the form of the lampshade, On the other hand, the metal base is pretty unusual and gives the lamp an eye-catching look. the triangular elements cross each other and form a balanced and asymmetrical structure that contrasts with the cotton shade. {found on Johnlewis}.

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Looking at the Oblic lamp from a certain lamp is almost appears as if it has a funny expression. That’s mostly because of the angle and because of our uncontrollable ability to humanize things and to recognize faces everywhere. The lamp is handcrafted from solid wood and acrylic, two contrasting materials that complement each other beautifully.

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Another contrasting combination of materials is featured by the Gren Light lamp. This one puts together wood and porcelain in a sleek design that makes it resemble a tree branch. It’s a lamp that comes in a limited edition and has a durable structure. Its dimmable nose makes it great not only for workspaces but also for bedrooms.

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This cute pair of lamps is designed by Asaf Weinbroom who named them simply Wedding. To best capture the meaning behind their designs you should display them together. That’s because they’re a classical representation of a couple, where one lamp represents the man and the other is the woman. It’s a cute pair for a his and her bedroom.

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Most modern table lamps have playful and quirky designs and the Picia lamp is no exception. Its name means “tiny” which is a little bit ironic considering the bulky form. The lamp was designed by Enrico Zanolla out of glass and cork. It has a handblown shade and a base made of cork. The designer mentioned that the shape of the lamp is inspired by Gyro Gearloose’s little helper by Walt Disney.

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They look like cute little mushrooms and they have a really playful character. These are the lamps designed by Morten & Jonas. They’re called Wobbelhead and that’s because they have wobbly heads just like bobblehead figurines.

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There’s something almost magical about the Bottle Lamps designed by Ett La Benn. Their designs are pretty simple: just a vintage filament bulb suspended inside a colored glass shade. The power cord is secured by a leather strap. The lamps were available only for a limited time as part of a pop-up shop project.

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A terrarium is often a decoration included in the interior design of spaces such as bedrooms, offices or living rooms. Table lamps are also a part of those designs. This is a piece that combines those two functions. It’s both a lamp and a terrarium. More exactly its base is a small terrarium with sand, little stones and small plants and on top of that is a paper lampshade. {found on thegreenhead}.

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For those of you that like to keep up with all the technological improvements, there are table lamps that come with USB connectors so you can charge your devices without the need of an extra power source. One of these lamps is the Pulsar Asimmetrica, a ceramic table lamp with a clean and sleek design.

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If you’d have to choose between a flower vase and a table lamp, which one would you rather have? Personally, I’d choose Botti which is both a lamp and a vase. Actually, it’s a table vase that looks like a vase, with a conical base and several shades that put together look like a bouquet of flowers. On a closer look, the flowers look more like trumpets so I guess the lamp also has a musical side.

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If you haven’t found the perfect table lamp for you, keep looking. There’s something out there for everyone. For example, the Atomic table lamp has this really abstract and organic design that’s inspired by molecules and atoms. It’s a modern accent piece with a design influenced by the elegance of the 50s.

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If your decor is more on the industrial side, then perhaps this Brewmaster table lamp could be a nice addition. It’s a lamp made from industrial-style black iron pipes and fittings and it uses a repurposed vintage bottle as a lampshade. It gives off warm ambient light and it has a rotating faucet handle that functions as a switch.

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The Spectrum lamp isn’t exactly what you’d use if you wanted some subtle ambient light. It’s designed to illuminate an entire room, featuring a simple metal base and a whole array of light bulbs arranged around a spherical center.

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There’s no reason to avoid elegant and stylish designs if you want a space to have a masculine vibe. Look instead of accessories such as the Mister table lamp. It features a simple, sleek and sculptural body and a line shade, perfect combination of texture and form.

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On the other hand, if you prefer a more feminine and glamorous ambiance, check out the Lola lamp. It’s an exclusive piece designed by CB2 in collaboration with Kravitz Design and it’s inspired by the artist’s furnishings. It has a 70’s style and it’s guaranteed to stand out and steal the spotlight.