Concrete Table Lamps
The Menu Lighting JWDA Concrete Table Lamp exhibits a softer side to the roughness of industrial materials, smoothing pure concrete in to a cylindrical base that supports a rounded glass diffuser. The white glass is delicately cradled within the base, and glows warmly once lit. A stylish brass rotary switch buttons the collar of the grey base, acting as a dimmer that can control the amount of ambient light from the fixture.
The Regina Andrew Concrete Cube Lamp is a stunning example of taking a material and using it out of its context so it is viewed in a completely different way. A shade bearing the same shape stands against a solid cube of cement, tied together with metal accents. Due to the nature of the material, slight variations in color will occur.
The Regina Andrew Concrete Cone Lamp is a stunning example of taking a material and using it out of its context so it is viewed in a completely different way. A tall cylinder white shade stands against a solid cone of cement, tied together with metal accents. Due to the nature of the material, slight variations in color will occur.
Typically used in industrial settings, the Concrete Base Dome Task Lamp uses cement in an innovative way. Forming a sturdy base, an arcing rod hosts a simple dome shade. The stark cube shape juxtaposes nicely against all the curves found throughout the piece, while the downlight will provide just the right amount of illumination for task lighting or reading.
The Regina Andrew Concrete Orb Lamp is a stunning example of taking a material and using it out of its context so it is viewed in a completely different way. A tall cylinder white shade stands against a solid stone of cement, tied together with metal accents. Due to the nature of the material, slight variations in color will occur.
A solid design and traditional shape, the Robert Abbey Helena 833 Table Lamp appears as a cement urn in classic Roman style. Its faux cement base is actually composed of resin, making the fixture an easily transported lamp for the bedroom or living room. Its parchment shade provides softly diffused illumination, beautiful for both formal and relaxed transitional spaces.
Get the industrial look of cement without the weight with the In-Es Art Design Paint Cemento Table Lamp. A handy little spot light, the shade is made from designer Ocilunam’s special blend of resin and fiberglass (Nebulite®) but is painted to mimic cement with a surprisingly soft effect. The interior showcases the fibrous texture of the material, and matches the base with each color option.
The Currey & Company Vertex Table Lamp makes a dramatic statement that will complement both transitional and modern interiors alike. The sloping tapered column is made of hand applied concrete, the unique texture adding a little detail to this overall simple fixture. The subdued shade mimics the tapered shape in the stem, the neutral color also offering the element of contrast to the piece.
The Rosie Li Studio IO Table Lamp has a good eye for accent lighting. A little retro and space-age-y, this brass orb is the perfect holder for a globe light bulb, aiming light wherever this little satellite pleases. Paired with a textile cord (matching the finish of the orb) and a concrete base, every detail of the design is accounted for—even the rotary switch located on the back is as stylish as the shade.
Named after the Norse goddess of love, beauty and war, the Robert Abbey Freya Table Lamp encompasses these qualities in striking form. Its faux concrete or limestone base gives a grounded appearance to an otherwise ethereal design. Or choose the White option and keep things light.
Rock solid design. Featuring a counterweight of Marble or Concrete, LED lamping and a rotatable arm and tiltable head, the Cerno Onus LED Table Lamp functions as a durable lamp with energy efficient qualities. The unique heat sink head allows the LED to cool, lengthening its lifetime to an even greater extent. Available in 2 urban contemporary finishes. Designed by Nick Sheridan.
Make the light-industrial look of the Decode Heavy family portable with the Decode Heavy Desk Lamp. Featuring a heavy, slip-cast concrete base and shade held up by a finely-finished bent plywood arm, the Heavy Desk Lamp is a reimagining of typically mechanical production materials