floor lamp

  1. a lamp that stands on the floor
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  • This type of lighting can be supplied by table or floor lamps, uplights, downlights, spotlights and hanging lights.
  • A dramatic chandelier of 18th-century lead crystal hangs from a fraying hemp rope, while a modern tripod floor lamp illuminates an antique grisaille wallpaper panel by Zuber. Rooms With a Viewpoint
  • Task lighting around the desk is the expected norm in most hotels, and some designers favour floor lamps beside the armchairs.
  • Jacob was an awesome help to me too, setting up my floor lamp and my bed, and moving furniture around.
  • Jacob was an awesome help to me too, setting up my floor lamp and my bed, and moving furniture around.
  • In living areas task lighting is provided by table, desk or floor lamps; in kitchens, bathrooms and laundries room fixtures such as halogen downlights should be placed over work areas.
  • A floor lamp with an appropriately foreign name, torchier, soars over the armchairs like a rising tone at the end of English sentences and then suddenly curves down in one bold jazzy stroke, pouring light on Moda and Burda and England scattered on the coffee table. A Mountain of Crumbs
  • Mr. Smith said interviews will also happen in the area, which features banquettes in bronze, aqua, celadon, pecan and sandalwood hues; paintings by Thomas Hart Benton and Rockwell Kent; Mr. Smith's own art books; energy-efficient TVs; bottles of water; a hibiscus bamboo floor lamp; a sound-absorbing cork floor; battery-operated votives no lit candles allowed! and, just to make even Nicole Kidman feel at home, a calming bowl of lemons. Oscar Greenroom: Aqua, Pecan, Lemons
  • It just happens to match my free-standing floor lamp and roll-neck-and-pencil-skirt combo. Times, Sunday Times
  • A torchier floor lamp near the back of the room could "take over where the daylight on the ceiling starts to fade away. NYT > Home Page
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