(oggetti makes gorgeous glass artwork ~ this table torchère is one representative from their carnevale line. the mouth blown glass shade by stefano dalla valentino in murano, italy comes in dozens of different color options (vino is shown here) and the base is satin nickel.)

(the acrylic lamp by matt gagnon studios. acrylic and hardwood layers stack-up to produce a soft ambient light reminiscent of light from buildings at night. you can customize this when ordering with several wood species choices)

(the pablo umbrella lamp is probaly one of my favorite lamps because of my affinity for umbrellas. available as a table lamp or floor lamp & comes in several colors. a couple of these grouped together in a child's room would be a whimsical yet artistic focal point)

(urban tribe design's "fusuma" ~ a woven-rattan torchère that was inspired by the designer's experience: while staying in a beach hut in the southern philippines, michael jansen was captivated by the way light filtered through its walls. now you can experience some of that each day in your own home.)

(sundayland floor lamps ~ on the left is naughty: california grown knotty pine. and woody is on the right: california walnut. base and stem are hand turned, naturally bringing out the character and sheen of the wood. the shade, made from the same wood, is thinly sliced near transparent, then backed with an invisible polyurethane. light glows through the grain of the wood, knots and all, illuminating any environment)

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