Floor lamps are versatile light fixtures that provide light anywhere a side table and table lamp is unavailable or impractical. Use floor lamps to provide light to a chair or sofa without a side table. There are a wide variety of styles and finished for floor lamps. Generally, a floor lamp is 58 to 64 inches tall. The footprint, or amount of floor space table lamp requires varies depending on the style of the lamp.
Let’s look at the types of floor lamps:
This is a tall, slim floor lamp that aims light at the ceiling. Sometimes this kind of floor lamp has a solid shade.
This tall, slim floor lamp also aims light upwards towards the ceiling, but it has a shade that diffuses light.
A club floor lamp with a glass tray inserted at table height level. This kind of table lamp acts as a side table as well as a light source.
This workhorse floor lamp casts a lot of light via a three-way mogol bulb and up to three additional lightbulbs. All of the bulbs can be used simultaneously or separately.
An artistic floor lamp that looks like a sculpture and provides ambient light.
This floor lamp is a good reading lamp thanks to a curved attachment at the top that directs light downwards.
These floor laps provide very specific, direct light and allow you to adjust the height of the floor lamp as well as swing the light to the perfect location.
Who says a floor lamp can’t be a work of art?
This kind of floor lamp is limited only by your imagination. The lighting itself is secondary to the artwork, but it can make a great style statement.