I have a few wood table lamps in my own home, and love the organic warmth they add. So many lamps are glass or metal, and so wood somehow feels like a welcomed change. Big or small, light or dark, on or off - they seem to add depth, and a sense of heritage (which is a great thing in my book).
Our round of wood lamps is by no means expansive, but an abridged version of some of our go-tos. In this Orient entry hall, they become the color in an otherwise black and white space. Try one out, in any setting, for an install to add a bit of warmth.
Bead Table Lamp
London Oak Table Lamp
Originally used at Magdalen College Oxford, this pair of vintage wood table lamps date back to 1920.
Hugo Barbell Table Lamp
The grained oak texture of these table lamps shows through the finish, revealing a rich history unique to each piece.
Albertson Table Lamp
This modern table lamp is crafted from wood with brass accents and a crisp linen shade.
Bari Table Lamp
Árbol Table Lamp
This one-of-a-kind lamp is made from tropical hardwood called Morado and features an elongated oval form.
Beacon Table Lamp
The Beacon Table Lamp features a handcrafted hardwood body and linen shade. Its modern silhouette is perfectly balanced with clean, proportional lines and curves that reference mid-century modern form language.