Our Favorite Lamps On the Market Right Now

Give your table the bold upgrade it needs.

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Statement lighting is the biggest trend in home decor right now, and we’re loving the easy ways a high-end ornament can revamp a living space. But in our rush to find the biggest and brightest in light fixtures, we’ve forgotten our favorite type of lighting: table lamps. These easy decor staples are perfect for accentuating a chic, minimalist desk or used as an investment piece in a well-designed living room, and the best part is, they can be moved around depending on your mood or the vibe you’re going for.

Ahead, check out our favorite options that’ll add a bold statement to any room you put them in.

Tall Glass Table Lamp, ABC Carpet & Home, $225

Beautifully minimalist, this sleek glass option gives you a clear view of your lightbulb, thus allowing it to take center stage. The uncluttered design and brass frame give it a modern look that’ll work in any home in need of a little elevation.

Winding Course Table Lamp, Anthropologie, $248

Clearly, millennial pink isn’t dying down any time soon—but this copper option gives the color palette a new twist. The marble base prevents the look from being overly feminine, so it can work on a desk or side table equally well.

Sidnie Lamp, Royal Blue, Schoolhouse, $299

Inspired by mid-century Italian design, the Sidnie lamp uses a curved shade to add a sense of modernism to the fixture, while the inlet white interior allows for concentrated light that’ll brighten up any space.

Cup Lamp, MoMa Design Store, $200

We can always count on MoMA to have chic options that won’t break the bank. This sleek, all-white option doubles as a desk organizer thanks to its hollow base, and even includes a built-in USB for charging. See? Who says practical can’t be stylish?

Shiro Table Lamp, CB2, $279

By drawing inspiration from the understated elegance of Japanese stone lanterns, CB2 has created a lighting option that uses speckled paint to upgrade a plain white base. The small linen shade makes sure the base grabs all the attention.

Sphere Studio Desk Lamp, CB2, $199

CB2 x Fred Segal is at it again: This bold lamp gives California cool a whole new meaning. The white glass globe gives the lamp an almost ethereal feel, while the bright metallic base pulls us down to earth. Use in a monochrome room to let the shape pop.

Satellite Lamp, Coming Soon, $250

If you believe that more is more, you need this satellite lamp that takes maximalism to a whole new level. Vintage glass and brass add a pop, while the three-pronged stand is an architectural dream. We’re thinking this would add a fun touch to a glass coffee table.

Peek Table Lamp, Leibal, $325

A reading lamp with style, this ivory, Scandi-inspired option has a concave bowl at the base to help store everything from stationary to earplugs. Basically, it’s every home office’s dream.

Menu Stone Lamp, Huset, $250

We could all learn a thing or two from Danish design—if this grabby lamp is any indication, even just a few components can make a beautifully designed whole. In partnership with Norm Architects, this sophisticated lamp uses a timeless shape and colored glass for an eye-popping effect.

Menu Tribeca Reade Table Lamp, Poketo, $249.95

Inspired by the glamorous times of 1930s New York, the Tribeca lamp uses simple components, but combines them in a way that gives the ornament a bold edge. An intricately-twisted brass base gives it both form and function.

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Nikhita Mahtani


Nikhita is originally from Mumbai, India, but has called NYC home for over a decade now. She’s a huge fan of nutrition and fitness, and spends most of her free time researching the latest trends and easy, healthy hacks. She also loves to travel—just don’t take her anywhere cold.