Our round up of glass lamps sticks tightly to the style of the imitable Saladino lamp, designed by John Saladino in 1970. I first learned of it when I was working with designer Michael Kors, designing his stores - it was a go to for Michael, and rubbed off on my personal style, too. To this day, you can peak Saladino light in his offices, stores and personal homes. When lit, their weightless quality paired with white paper shades add an ethereal glow to any room.
My version of the glass cylinder was bought at Harrod’s years ago. Not my most cost-effective decision, to buy a glass lamp and ship it overseas, but definitely one of my favorite buys long term. I love the architectural, airy quality they add to my room, and tabletop. I’ve used mine in the city and at the beach, and they feel both timeless and universal in their application.
Click on over to some of our favorite glass lamps - I’m sure they’ll quickly become your favorite light, too.
Brooks Table Lamp
Brookline Table Lamp
Rockefeller Table Lamp
Juliette Crystal Table Lamp
Crafted of optical crystal, fitted with natural brass hardware, and topped with a natural linen drum shade.
Tall Cut Crystal Table Lamp
No frills, hand blown glass makes a statement with a tapered shade.
The original - thin glass with a wide tapered shade, the ultimate in simplicity.
Modern Table Lamp
Modern and crisp, a white paper shade sits atop a cylindrical body with solid brass trim in a polished silver finish.
Magelian Glass Table Lamp
A sleek modern look with a clear glass column to display empty or fill with shells, dried flowers or other objects as you wish
Metropolis Table Lamp
Crystal Block Table Lamp
Garrett Table Lamp
Clear glass paired with a burnished brass base translates as industrial meets glamourous.