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Living Room: Floor Lamps

This is starting to get fun. There are some amazing floor lamps available. I’ll probably pick something once all the other furniture is in place, since I’m not sure what we’ll really needed at this point – but here are some pieces I’ll definitely keep at the back of my mind:

Below: BDDW Floor Lamp. This is one of my all-time favorites. My sense is that we won’t have the room for it, but if we do, I’d take the plunge. After years of pining after this lamp, it might be time to bring it home. Available in Canada through Hollace Cluny. Photos care of BDDW and Lindman Photography.
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Below: Zeitraum makes some pretty damn beautiful furniture and the High Noon light is no exception. I was recently smitten during a visit to Avenue Road in Toronto. Oh I do love it. This piece will fit in the same camp as the BDDW lamp – wait and see!
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For some smaller options, I’d go with one of these:

Below: Tab Lamp by Barber and Osgerby; Kelvin F Lamp by Antonio Citterio. Both produced by Flos.
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Below: Arne Jacobsen Floor Lamp
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Below: Foscarini GigaLite Floor Lamp
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Below: Eileen Floor Lamp by Misewell. Gorgeous!

Below: Jielde Signal Zig-Zag floor lamp. I adore these fun and classic pieces. Photo care of Morten Holtum
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  • Mandy

    It's interesting to read about the progress of your house and furnishings – because it sounds a lot like mine. We gave up a living room for a proper dining room at the front and family room at the back and the house just seems so much larger than when you try to cram in an extra room that you really won't use that much. We have a sectional and a BDDW tripod lamp (which we lugged from NYC to TO along with the captain's mirror before Hollace Cluny carried it). LOVE the lamp. Actually designed the space around it! I look forward to seeing pics of your place when it's finished.

  • Mandy

    It's interesting to read about the progress of your house and furnishings – because it sounds a lot like mine. We gave up a living room for a proper dining room at the front and family room at the back and the house just seems so much larger than when you try to cram in an extra room that you really won't use that much. We have a sectional and a BDDW tripod lamp (which we lugged from NYC to TO along with the captain's mirror before Hollace Cluny carried it). LOVE the lamp. Actually designed the space around it! I look forward to seeing pics of your place when it's finished.