Let There Be Light

Let There Be Light

When cold nights draw in, there’s nothing better than abandoning your ceiling lights and, instead, opting for low lighting in the form of a lamp and a candle or five. Today we share our top table lamp picks, from modern creations to vintage styles, animal designs and whimsical delights. Take a look-see and keep an eye out for your favourite…

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First up is the Daisy Teacup Table Lamp – Silver, which we positively adore. This quirky lamp will look beautiful at night, whilst still offering pure style during the day. And with the notion of high tea being all the rage lately, you and your home will stand out for all the right reasons. Also following a distinct British feel is the Maisey Teapot Table Lamp, which offers a modern yet whimsical touch. With its clean cream finish, this design is sure to suit any room in the house.

We also love our Heart Shaped Table Lamp – which would look darling in the boudoir, no? And the Sculptured Ceramic Table Lamp – Rose Copper for its uber modern aesthetic. This is finished in on-trend rose copper and the light shines from the centre, casting a glorious glow for all to see. If you’re after simplicity, the Arc Table Lamp is for you. The chrome base is highlighted by a contemporary curved stem and it’s finished with a sumptuous taffeta shade, coloured in dramatic black to contrast with the chrome.

Alternatively, there’s the Fearne Cotton Vintage Table Lamp for you retro fans out there, which provides a real statement. How lovely is the floral pattern combined with the black fringing? For opulence and richness, opt for the Charlotte Tiffany Small Table Lamp – inspired by the Art Deco movement – or the Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen Summer Palace Table Lamp, which screams heritage and high quality.

Get it at Littlewoods

Which lamp could you see in your home?

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