Japanese Floor Lamp

Japanese Floor Lamp

Sell on Houzz – Learn MoreWhat style of Asian floor lamp should I choose?When looking at floor lamps on sale, your top choice should depend on the style of your room as well as the main function you want your lamp to perform. A more traditional room could have a torchiere floor lamp or even a Tiffany-style floor lamp. If your style is more modern, a tripod floor lamp or an arc floor lamp will complement the room nicely. While shopping, pay attention to the style of the lampshades and bulb, as these can also make a huge difference both aesthetically and functionally. A clever way to mix and match your lamps is to mix bases and match shades. Where should I place my Asian floor lamp?When shopping for your new floor lamp, keep in mind where your available electrical outlets are as well as the layout of your furniture. Avoid stringing the electrical cord across the room — it can become a tripping and fire hazard, plus it can make your space look odd and unfinished. If you choose an arc lamp, be sure to position it in the corner so anyone taking a seat doesn’t bump his or her head. Smaller floor lamps are easier to place along walls or the edges of furniture.
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Japanese Floor Lamp

What style of Asian floor lamp should I choose?When looking at floor lamps on sale, your top choice should depend on the style of your room as well as the main function you want your lamp to perform. A more traditional room could have a torchiere floor lamp or even a Tiffany-style floor lamp. If your style is more modern, a tripod floor lamp or an arc floor lamp will complement the room nicely. While shopping, pay attention to the style of the lampshades and bulb, as these can also make a huge difference both aesthetically and functionally. A clever way to mix and match your lamps is to mix bases and match shades. Where should I place my Asian floor lamp?When shopping for your new floor lamp, keep in mind where your available electrical outlets are as well as the layout of your furniture. Avoid stringing the electrical cord across the room — it can become a tripping and fire hazard, plus it can make your space look odd and unfinished. If you choose an arc lamp, be sure to position it in the corner so anyone taking a seat doesn’t bump his or her head. Smaller floor lamps are easier to place along walls or the edges of furniture.
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Japanese Floor Lamp

I am a 19 year old college student and live in a room that has no ceiling lights, so I had to look for a lamp/lamps that would provide sufficient brightness. When I saw this, I knew I had to get it despite its price (I'm only a student anyway so I find it expensive). It looked so pretty. When it came in the mail, I WAS quite surprised at the height but later on figured it's best if it's not too tall, I think it would look awkward. My expectations about its appearance were fulfilled too. Anyway I bought 150-watt light bulbs and tested the floor lamp out and I was definitely satisfied. My entire room was well-lit! I mean, I don't even need to buy another lamp 'cause this one is already enough. I like the foot-switch too, it's good for lazier people like myself haha. The table lamp was nice also. I attempted to place a 150-watt light bulb but it ended up breaking when I turned it on. Yeah I didn't know what was up with that. I use a 60-watt bulb now and it's bright enough for when you want to read before sleeping (: Overall I'm happy with with this entire set!
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Japanese Floor Lamp

Both lamps were very nice. The larger lamp is shorter than I thought but I admit I didnt check first. I think they are a great value. One note though, the larger lamp has only 1 bulb located at the base so if your lamp is next to a larger item the lamp is dull because of the bulb location. I moved the larger one away from the recliner and put the shorter one next to the recliner on a table, once out in the open it is bright in its own way. Problem solved.
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Japanese Floor Lamp

Our simple, subtle, beautiful Japanese lantern collection includes Japanese design table lamps, floor lamps, & hanging ceiling lights. Carefully & sturdily crafted from wood or bamboo, each lantern is beautifully stained finished in natural pine, honey oak, cherry rosewood, or classic black. Wired with UL approved power cords, sockets & switches, and shaded with tear & puncture resistant, poly fiber reinforced, pressed pulp Washita rice paper. Japanese lanterns offer an intriguing far eastern accent, accessories that compliment contemporary American home décor.
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Japanese Floor Lamp

I purchased this lamp set for my office since I needed something softer than the overhead lighting. They have a very contemporary look, clean and simple, and give off a nice soft light. I love the fact the larger lamp has a floor button to power on and off, very convenient. I will be purchasing another set for my house.
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Japanese Floor Lamp

These lamps look nice in the picture, but look amazing once they are out of the box and plugged in. They are a great value for the money, and blend in well with my decor of warm colors. At first I was nervous about mixing the black metal on the lamp with the darker woods and glass I had in my living room, but I found that it's a beautiful complement to my other pieces. Will look nice if you have other linen products in the room, or with any decor. The light bulbs are very easy to change, as the entire shade slides out of the base, super easy. The floor lamp has a foot switch and the shorter one has a switch on the cord. These lamps are much sturdier than other wooden asian style lamps that I have compared them too, and they give a wonderful soft glow. However, I wouldn't use them as the only source of reading light as the light is probably too soft for that. Highly recommended!
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Japanese Floor Lamp

I did a lot of research on japanese/shade diffuser lamps and finally decided to order these. I LOVE THEM! They are bigger than I imagined and are quality made. You will not be disappointed. It says to purchase 65 watt bulbs but my only choices were 67 watts, (with more output than a regular 65 watt bulb or a 52 watt bulb, (still more output than a regular 65 watt bulb). I went with the 52 watt soft white bulb and it's perfect! FYI- I priced the lamp model, (exact same light), at Target and found it to cost $105 just for the floor model. This is a great deal and you won't be disappointed.
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firstly, I wasn't sure about the light produced from these lights. They both produce a comfortable and warm glow that makes me feel relaxed in my room. I am using 13W CRF replacements and am considering upping the wattage as they accept 60-65W I believe. I might update my post if I try it sometime within the 7 years those replacements are expected to die! Anyways, highly recommended. I showed my family photos of them and they identified them as “they look japanese”. They nailed the design.
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Akari Light Sculptures by Isamu Noguchi are considered icons of 1950s modern design. Designed by Noguchi beginning in 1951 and handmade for a half century by the original manufacturer in Gifu, Japan, the paper lanterns are a harmonious blend of Japanese handcraft and modernist form. The lamps are created from handmade washi paper and bamboo ribbing, supported by a metal frame.

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