There’s no need to strain your eyes with harsh overhead lighting, especially when we can all agree it’s neither flattering nor attractive. Take advantage of your floor space by adding floor lamps to help light your way. Floor lamps, including torchiere floor lamps, arc floor lamps, tripod floor lamps, and floor reading lamps, offer the perfect lighting solution for your living room, dining room, and bedroom.
Looking to set the mood? Many of our floor lamps come with special features, such as adjustable lights or dimmer switches – these give you the option of mood lighting and are energy-efficient all at the same time. For ambient lighting, look to torchiere floor lamps, which use bowl-shaped shades to focus light upward. Arc floor lamps with a long arm can be positioned in a corner, with the light extending over a chair or sofa, while tripod floor lamps offer a sturdy, well-grounded option. If you’re planning to use your floor lamp as a reading light, consider a floor lamp with shelves or a table. These surfaces add extra storage to your room and offer the perfect place to rest your book when you’re done reading.
Enhance your room's visual appeal by varying the height of the floor lamps throughout the room. The differing heights add depth and create separate areas of light and shade. To cut energy costs, reduce the number of lamps in a room, and instead use floor lamps that focus on task lighting for general lighting or for reading. It’s also important to take space, width, placement, and light level of floor lamps into account when making your purchase. To protect your eyes, the top edge of an uplight model should be above eye level when standing; the lower edge of a reading lamp should be below the eye level of seated guests. To make things easier, adjustable floor allow you to tweak your light source as needed.
Define your style. Whether it’s contemporary, traditional, Victorian, or vintage, our unique floor lamps are accent pieces designed to complement your individual taste. Choose from floor lamps in a variety of styles, including modern, nautical, rustic, Tiffany, and more, to fit the tone of your room. Lampshades offer the ultimate finishing touch to your floor lamp, so it’s important to choose a shade that suits your purpose. Transparent lampshades offer the maximum amount of light, while opaque shades focus light downward and are best suited for task lighting.