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Mission Rose Table Lamp by Meyda – 27″

$561.00 $336.60
Add Style! Patterns And Colors Of Native American Pottery Provide Inspiration To This Mission Styled Stained Glass Shade. The Top Features Mottled Gray-Blue Glass and the Bottom Features Turquoise Glass. The Shade is Accented With Amber Glass Jewels and Multi-colored Flower Jewels and Framed in Brown Ripple Glass. Metal Base Features a Mahogany Bronze, Hand Applied Finish. Due To The Nature Of Stained Glass, Expect Some Variation In Color. Houses 2) 60 Watt, Standard Bulbs with Pull-Chains.

Maywest Gray Ceramic Lamp by Wildwood Lamps – 32″

$673.01 $549.70
Lovely! A Light Gray Ceramic Table Lamp with Acrylic Accents. Dark Gray, Silkette Lampshade. Houses 1) 100 Watt Bulb with 3-Way Switch.

Alimos Glazed Red Ceramic Lamp by Uttermost – 32″

$399.51 $285.36
Lovely! Red Ceramic Base with Orange Overtones, Antiqued Brass Details, and a Crystal Foot. Table or Bedside Lamp With Rectangular, Light Beige Linen Lampshade. Finishes Will Vary Slightly. Houses 1) 150 Watt Bulb.

Opus Ceramic Table Lamp Green by Chelsea House – 31″

$892.14 $655.50
Nice! Green Italian Ceramic Ball. Contemporary Table Lamp Houses 1) 150 Watt, 3-Way Bulb

Cross Modern Gold Iron Lamp by Chelsea House – 34″

$657.00 $503.70
Eye Catching! Iron Base with Antiqued Gold Leaf Finish. With Off-White, Silkette Lampshade. Houses 2) 60 Watt Bulbs, Pull Chain.

Tiffany Laburnum Trellis Table Lamp by Meyda – 36″

$1,860.00 $1,116.00
Striking! Colorful! Features Generous Bouquets Of Cascading Laburnum Blossoms In Yellow, White And Taupe With Green Leaves Growing Over An Amber-Colored Garden Trellis. This Beautiful Art Glass Shade Is Paired with A Metal Base with Claw Feet and a Mahogany Bronze Finish. Due To The Nature Of Stained Glass, Expect Some Variation In Color. Houses 2) 60 Watt, Standard Bulbs with Pull-Chains.

Felix Brass Lamp by Frederick Cooper – 26″

$627.00 $480.70
Traditional! Table Lamp With Antiqued Brass Base with Black Accent and White Candle Section. The Black Paper Shade Has a Speckled Gold Finish on the Inside. Houses 2) 60 Watt Bulbs

Astrid Espresso II Ceramic Lamp by Wildwood Lamps – 30″

$779.44 $572.70
Lovely! With Dark Brown Finish and Brass Mounting. Modern Table Lamp or Bedside Lamp With Tan, Coarse Weave Lampshade with Brown Trim.

Spotted Urn Tall Nickel Lamp by Wildwood Lamps – 39″

$957.00 $733.70
Contemporary! Elegant, Hand Hammered Nickel Over Brass Lamp with Antiqued Finish Taupe, Linen, Lampshade. Houses 1) 100 Watt Bulb, 3-Way, Medium Base

Olmsted Silver Driftwood Lamp by Wildwood Lamps – 33″

$747.00 $572.70
Nice! Cast Composite, Wood Table Lamp with Antique Silver Leaf Finish. Natural Linen Lampshade. Houses 1) 100 Watt Bulb with 3-Way Switch.

Fiametta Silver Ceramic Lamp by Wildwood Lamps – 27″

$897.00 $687.70
Add Style! Lamp Features A Contemporary, Florentine Terra Cotta Base with Old Silver Finish. Modern Table Lamp With A Cream Linen Lampshade. Houses 100 Watt, 3-Way Bulb.

Fielden Brass Table Lamp by Wildwood Lamps – 35″

$675.00 $517.50
Modern! Solid Brass Base with Antiqued Finish. Table Lamp, or Buffet Lamp With A White, Linen Lampshade. Houses 1) 100 Watt, 3-Way Bulb.


Table Lamps


Lighting sets the stage; it creates a warm ambiance. And can be romantic, dramatic, or no-nonsense, but it will always be welcoming.

Table lamps do even more. They will give a warm glow to a dim corner, or accent a fire place mantel, a work of art or a table. They help break up a large room into small spaces and will define different areas of your home such as a reading nook or a conversation space. And, they also provide light when you need to read an important document or the latest book by your favorite author. They are the most popular type of lighting for nearly every space in your home. has thousands of lamps for you to choose from so you’re sure to find a lamp that is the right size, style, and color for your home. Whether you want a lamp for your bedroom, living room, or a dining room you are sure to find the perfect table lamp.

How To Choose an End Table Lamp

A frequently asked question we get is – what is the best height for my end table lamp? Generally, lamps should stand between 58-64″ in height from the floor surface. And, table and floor lamps should also be in this height range. It will give a good flow to your room.

So – if you’re table is 30″ in high, then the table lamp should be between 28″- 34″ to the top of the  finial. Also, you may want to consider that when you are seated – you should not be staring at the bulb or socket.

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Size and Shape

Placing an existing lamp on the table first exactly where you want to add a new lamp is a good idea. Put some books under the existing lamp so it is taller to compare it with a potential new lamp – if it is applicable.

Lampshade Size & Shape

When figuring out the best size of your new table lamp, compare the size of your table to the diameter of your lampshade. The depth or width of the shade should be no larger than the narrow dimension of your table. Otherwise, the shade will hang over the edge of your table –that’s not desirable. This is generally a problem for bedside lamps  or buffet lamps  where the depth of the table is more narrow.

Lampshades are an important feature of a table lamp – and they have a great effect on its style. In many cases, a cone shape, or angled-side lampshade displays a more traditional style and a drum shape or vertical-side expresses a modern or contemporary style. If you are looking to update a traditional lamp – consider just changing your shade to a drum style shade.

Bedroom Table Lamps

Lamps for a dresser, bedside table, or buffet table could require some special attention due to the narrow surface – generally they are between 16” and 20” in depth.

  • Depth of Shade (front to back): Generally, 14″ – 18″
  • Height of Lamp for a Bedside Table Lamp: Generally, 26″ – 33″
  • Height of Lamp for a Dresser Table:  Generally, 18″ – 27″

Lamps with oval or rectangular shades can make good bedside lamps because they are more narrow in depth, but they provide more width to visually balance the room on each side of the bed.

To Match the Style or Not To Match?

You might want to “match” or “not to match” the style of your lamp with certain furniture or architecture – What is your objective?  Some designers will make it a point to NOT MATCH the lamp style with the home’s furniture style.

Your lamp style may or may not be within a Traditional style, but you will still need to relate to the context of the space in some manner – in terms of shape, size, and color.

Diversify Lighting Types

Diversifying the types of lighting is important when you are designing a space– mix up those floor lampschandeliers, table lamps, recessed lighting, and other forms of accent lighting.  You likely will not use all of these lighting sources in one area – but, you just might use 2 or 3. offers table lamps and lighting by UttermostChelsea HouseWildwood Lamps,  and others at discount prices.