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Just lately, Julie and I have been speaking about lamps—easy ground lamps with white drum shades—and the way arduous they have been to return by. With what looks as if extra lighting choices than ever earlier than, we questioned: Why the shortage? So after a couple of months of retaining an investigative eye out, we discovered the 10 greatest—together with the few classics that first got here to thoughts. Listed below are our picks.
Above: The Workstead Shaded Ground Lamp is adjustable from 52 to 72 inches; $1,150 at Workstead.
Above: Room & Board’s Fremont Ground Lamp, with a spun metal base and white cloth shade, is $449.
Above: Made by Christopher Howe, the Howe Commonplace Lamp is handmade in England from uncooked or blackened metal. Contact Howe for worth and ordering data.
Above: The Robert Abbey Echo Z2171 Ground Lamp is product of deep patina bronze with a Fondine cloth shade, as proven, for $372.60 at YLighting.
Above: The HAY Solid Ground Base W. Drum Shade has a parchment drum on a forged iron base. Contact HAY for worth and ordering data.
Above: The Room & Board Crane Ground Lamp has a hand-welded base, a cloth wire, and a white cloth shade; $529.
Above: Julie’s favourite is the the Sawkille Winnisook Lamp, product of blackened metal with a uncooked silk or linen shade, for $3,500 at Sawkille.
Above: Designed by Jonah Takagi and Hallgeir Homstvedt, the Pleat Drum Ground Lamp has a powder-coated metal base and a pleated cotton shade; $495 at Design Inside Attain.
Above: The on-budget Langley Road Cary Ground Lamp, with a black metallic base and white linen shade, is $147.99 via All Fashionable.
Above: The Astier de Villatte Balthus Ground Lamp is designed by Balthasar Klossowki de Rola; 20,000 SEK at Artilleriet.