floor lamp roundup

i’m rebuilding the desk, mirror, sofa, dining chair, bed/bedding and two table lamp guides i built for HG because the site should be going down any day now. i’m sad to see them go but i guess it will be nice to have them live on d*s from now on. in the meantime i wanted to add a floor lamp roundup to the mix so we’ll have all three categories covered: floor, table and chandelier. as always i’ve tried to include a wide range of styles and prices so i hope you’ll enjoy the guide (my favorite budget-friendly floor lamp is this one)! click here for the full roundup, the full 50+ lamp guide continues after the jump. [stay tuned for a new sneak peek at 1pm today!]

[image above, left to right: spindle lamp at habitat uk, mirror floor lamp $640, arco floor lamp $2448 (see similar, more budget-friendly, lamp below), glo-ball mini lamp $135, mibo floor lamp at 2jane $250, lily.mgx floor lamp $1129, jasper floor lamp in gilt gold $429, woody floor lamp $2200, bleu nature tropique lamps $287.98 (via lena corwin)]

[image above, clockwise from top left: falkland terra floor lamp $600, jonisk floor lamp $49.99, porter brass lamp $475, spun floor lamp $1580, tripod floor lamp $160, agnes and hoss pure lamp at stonegate $813, lotus floor lamp pear $395, tall tank lamp by established and sons $1580]

[image above, left to right: thomas paul kelly II floor lamp $570, starburst steel floor lamp $299.99, red lacquer bamboo floor lamp $417, knappa klover lamp $69.99, jonathan adler trousdale floor lamp $995, agnes and hoss roots floor lamp $695, chrome arc floor lamp $398]

[image above, clockwise from top left: tube top floor lamp $500, fold floor lamp, horse lamp by front for moooi $4,877, caboche floor lamp $2117, kulla lamp $89.99, tripod floor lamp $189, ebe floor lamp by stonegate]

[image above, left to right: felt floor lamp by tom dixon $460, lucille floor lamp at jayson home $1485, medusa lamp $2500, espresso floor lamp at target $499.99, arc paper lantern floor lamp $30.79, toto cube lamp $250, zebra tripod floor lamp $1,312.74]

[image above, left to right: acacia wood floor lamp $298, set up shades (lamp) by marcel wanders $603+, G2431 lamp by josef frank at just scandinavian, nocturne floor lamp $299, birch floor lamp $495, duno floor lamp $39.99 at ikea]

(more floor lamps after the jump!)

[image above: weegee floor lamp by lights up! $425 at design public]

[image above: liquid raindrop floor lamp $480 at nova68]

[image above, clockwise from top left: branch floor lamp $129.99 at west elm, oluce stones lighting $325 at nova68]

[image above, left to right: weston arc floor lamp base $159 (shades are $19-$39), twig floor lamp $99 at zgallerie]

[image above: atomium floor lamp $827.48 at ylighting]

[image above, left to right: hi-light lamp $99 at pbteen, bamboo floor lamp (base) $175 at shades of light]

[image above: asteroid lamp $162 at 2jane]

[image above, left to right: sapling floor lamp $2,400 at birch & willow, puff column floor lamp $349 at gnr8]

[image above, left to right: akari floor lamp $295 at unica home, capiz floor lamp $179, branch lamp at gumps $425]

[image above, clockwise from top left: josephine floor lamp $2,299 at gnr8]

  1. NM says:

    God I love this site! Thanks! Love the lamps, love the trays! :)


  2. JuliaL says:

    I have to Capiz table lamps from west elm and I put the floor lamp on my wishlist!

  3. One of my favorite floor lamps is the Bauhaus from CB2.


  4. Mithi says:

    What are the two next to the akari floor lamp? I really like the one on the far right of it …

  5. grace says:

    sorry! just added those- i always miss one or two in these big guides.

    grace ;)

  6. Diana says:

    Please, Please would LOVE to see a Desk Lamp roundup! I have been in need and searching for a good one – THANKS!

  7. grace says:


    if you follow the link to “table lamps” in the post above you’ll see two guides worth of table lamps. if they’re not still up on HG let me know and i can send you the link to the guides on d*s when i’m done transferring them over. :)


  8. Kristi says:

    This is a fantastic guide! Thank you so much for putting this together.

  9. Kamilla says:

    I’m addicted to the site and the guides! Would love to see one on coffee tables… Thanks!

  10. Diana says:

    Thank you Grace! The table lamp guides are no longer up on HG – the site is no longer being used. Please send links/post if you get a chance – THANK YOU so much!

  11. catherine says:

    Love it Grace and the link to “HG” now takes you right to Domino and no guides there as far as I could see. Just same old Domino stuff.

  12. heather says:

    these are all so great! Thanks Grace! Any chance you might be rounding up a hanging/pendant light guide?

  13. grace says:


    i’ll definitely add that to the list!

    grace :)

  14. The Tart says:

    Love your bloggy … Thx for the lamp info! I just moved into a loft & am in need of new lighting.

    Bright smooches,
    The Tart
    ; *

  15. Betsy Milligan says:

    Has anybody seen the paper lantern floorlamp from Target in person? I’m tempted.

  16. sad_face says:

    Potential defect with the KULLA lamp from Ikea.

    I’ve owned mine for less than 9-10 months & the touch-sensitive “power stem” that acts as the powerswitch for KULLA has gone from fully functional to sporadically functional to dead! ) :

  17. I like the liquid raindrop floor lamp, it just facinates me

  18. booglamp says:

    Wow, great set of lamps you post here. I like the Arco floor lamp the most.

  19. Cricket says:

    I kind of sort of love that felt floor lamp by Tom Dixon.


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