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Tripod floor lamps have a more delicate profile than the single stem variety (because of the stability afforded by the tripod base, they don’t require a heavy grounding base). Here, we’ve rounded up some of our favorites, in a range of finishes and prices.
Above: The Leading Light features a walnut table top for resting a glass and was designed by Terence Conran; £795 at Benchmark in the UK.
Above: From Santa & Cole, the Tripode G5 Floor Lamp is available in six different colored shades. The cord extends through one of the lamp legs for a finished look; prices start at $1,470 at YLighting.
Above: Designed by Jonathan Adler, the Ventana Tri Pod Floor Lamp comes in three different variations; $715.70 at YLighting.
Above: The pinnacle of rustic modern style: the BDDW Tripod Floor Lamp available with a black or white 28-inch diameter shade. Contact BDDW for price and ordering information.
Above: Designed by Manhattan-based Rich, Brilliant & Willing collective for Roll & Hill, the Excel Floor Lamp features a gold foil diffuser in the shade to create a warm glow. Designed for use with two compact fluorescent bulbs (75 watt). The fabric-coated cord comes complete with an/off foot pedal. Available in white (shown) or black for an investment-priced $2,870 at YLighting.
Above: The Pablo Belmont Floor Lamp comes in walnut or oak for $995 at Design Within Reach.
Above: A unique ultra-lightweight fabric shade tops the Rosy Angelis Floor Lamp designed by Philippe Starck for FLOS. The legs are made of aluminum and the light has a built-in dimmer switch; $835 at YLighting.
Above: The Folk Tripod Floor Lamp with a linen shade and walnut legs is $929 at Rejuvenation.
Above: We’ve used metal photographer’s lamps for years as impromptu reading lights; the Colorview 2 Artists’ Mud Lamp for $93.10 at Jerry’s Artarama.
Above: The Felt Shade Floor Lamp by Tom Dixon is made of double-layered, heat-pressed gray felt with a white interior. The lamp is designed with metal legs and a clear cord with a foot switch; $480 at YLighting.
Above: The West Elm Mid-Century Tripod Floor Lamp in Antique Bronze or Antique Brass is $399.
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N.B.: This post was originally published on September 22, 2010. We have updated it with new and additional product selections and current pricing.