Handsome and strong, this floor lamp features mission style articulations with its squared and segmented base design. This floor lamp is finished in a traditional bronze, providing a wonderful contrast between the strong finish and airy base design. With a 58-inch frame, the floor lamp is tall, elegant, and features an array of clean lines. Rounding out the linear design of the floor lamp is a complementary 18-inch width rectangular shade. Each lamp in this series is illuminated by a single 3-way bulb, perfect for illuminating a living space or creating warm and inviting ambient light.
Height: 58 inches
•Width: 17.5 inches
•Length: 12 inches
•Weight: 14 pounds
- Geometric And Mission: Featuring Geometric Shapes And Design Tendencies From Head To Toe, The 58 Inch Frame Of The Mcintosh Floor Lamp Has A Squared Profile, Wide Rectangular Shade, And An Interlaced Repeated Square Design
- Dimensions: 58 Inch Height, 17 Inch Width Shade
- 3-Way Bulb Switch: High, Medium, And Low Settings Are Available When Used With A 150-Way 3-Way Bulb (Not Included); Compatible With Equivalent Wattage Led And Cfl Bulbs
- Locations And Rooms: A Fantastic Choice For Illuminating Your Home Office, Casual Living Room, Or Comfy And Cozy Bedroom; The Interplay Of Geometric Shapes Are Well Suited To Complement Rooms With Angular Furniture Settings
- Lighting Profile: Suitable For Room Filling Ambient Illumination; The Wide Taupe Shade Does An Excellent Job With Light Distribution; Directing The Light Out And Downward; The Tall Height Allows For Wide Area Light Distribution
||12 in. x 18 in. x 58 in.
||12in Taupe Tapered Rectangular Shade
||3-Way Socket Switch
|Number of Lights
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