This stylish floor lamp is comprised of a knockout arrangement of mid-century modern style infused with industrial design sensibilities. Counterbalanced arms and industrially themed pivot points are used as the central design elements of the 57-inch tall floor lamp. This lamp is finished with warm bronze and iridescent amber glass shade, creating plenty of atmospheric lighting in your living room, home office, or master bedroom. The throwback vibe of the lamp is further stressed with the use of a warm vintage Edison bulb.
Height: 57 inches
•Width: 23 inches
•Length: 10 inches
•Weight: 11.2 pounds
- Industrial Vintage: With Two Pivot Points, This Floor Lamp Is Highly Adjustable With An Industrial Throwback Vibe; The Amber Tinted Apothecary Style Glass Sets The Vintage Look To High; Two Wingnut Accents Allow You To Dial In The Perfect Reach And Angle Of Light
- Dimensions: 50-57 Inch Height, 23 Inch Width, 10 Inch Ext; Requires 1-60 Watt Maximum Bulb Or Led Equivalent
- Lighting Profile: The Iridescent Amber Glass Shade Allows Light To Escape Unobstructed, Allowing For A Bright And Vivid Area Filling Glow; While The Multiple Pivot Points Free The Light For All Your Lighting Needs
- Edison Bulb Included: Includes 1 Led Antique-Style Edison Bulb - Up To A 4 Dollar Value - Creating A Warm, Atmospheric Glow.
- Convenient Foot Switch: No More Fumbling For A Pesky Socket Switch - Quickly And Easily Operate This Floor Lamp With The Convenient On/Off Foot Switch
||10 in. x 23 in. x 57 in.
||4.75in Iridescent Amber Glass Shade
||On/Off Foot Switch
|Number of Lights
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