Collection: Floor Lamps & Standing Lamps

Floor lamps take up minimal space, serve as stylish and decorative elements, and are excellent for providing focused task lighting. They can be easily placed in corners or behind furniture, making them practical to illuminate specific areas in your home. And you can say goodbye to the complexities of ceiling installations and opt for the convenience of standing lamp tucked behind a chair. From a decorative element in various designs, materials, and finishes to task lighting for activities like reading, writing, or working on projects, a floor lamp is a handy addition, bringing style and practicality to your home decor.

Floor Lamps: Designs and Versatile Styles

Whether you're drawn to sleek contemporary designs of a tripod floor lamp, industrial-inspired aesthetics such as aged metal, distressed finishes, and vintage-inspired bulbs, modern floor lamps with iconic silhouettes, adjustable arms, and understated details, or a minimalist gold floor lamp with sleek finishes, there's a floor lamp to complement your home decor and enhance the ambiance of your living space.

Standing Lamps Placement

Standing lamps give you the stylish look of overhead lighting without the need for drilling or dealing with wires. When placing a modern floor lamp, consider its placement close to an outlet. To keep things looking neat, tuck the standing lamps behind furniture for a sleek appearance and an even reach of light distribution throughout the room. Choose a height that matches the room so it doesn't block your guests' view while providing ample downward illumination. The standing lamp's light should be directed at eye level when sitting to avoid glare or insufficient illumination. Consider the visual impact of a floor lamp that draws attention upward, enhancing the beauty of wall art and home accents. Pairing it with a desk or table lamp strategically placed throughout the room adds layers to your lighting scheme, creating a balanced and harmonious space.

Floor Lamp Features

Make the most of your floor lamp by getting one that can move and adapt. With adjustable standing lamps, you can pivot and angle the neck to precisely direct the light where you desire. With brightness at your fingertips, you can take control of the brightness with a high/low socket switch. This means you can adjust how bright or cozy your room is based on the time of day, the weather outside, or your mood. Want even more customization? Get a standing lamp with a dimmer. This feature lets you set the ambiance for different settings and events. Consider the switch type, whether it's a on-off switch on a cord or a foot switch that can be tapped with the foot. Choose what's most convenient for you and your style. 

Floor lamps Statement Pieces: Living Areas and Bedrooms

When incorporating floor lamps as statement pieces in living areas and bedrooms, it's essential to consider scale and proportion to ensure they harmonize with the rest of the decor. Choose standing lamps that complement the scale of the room and the furniture within it, avoiding oversized or undersized pieces that disrupt visual balance.