Floor Lamps by The White Teak Company
Every home has corners that look gloomy without adequate lighting, and floor lamps are, by far, the best way to breathe life into them! Designer floor lamps bring much more than illumination to a room, turning the dark corners from the most boring to the most intriguing parts of your home.
Floor lamps are a very easy way to introduce a different element into your rooms. Unlike table lamps, ceiling lights, or chandelier lights, they do not require specific furniture or elaborate installation. You can simply bring home a stylish floor lamp, plug it in, and it’s good to go!
There are many types of floor lamp designs, and not every kind will be suitable for every room. What kind of lamp you should buy depends heavily on the way your room is styled. Modern rooms can carry modern floor lamp designs easily, but rustic designs and classic French or Victorian style floor lamps can also go excellently with modern rooms depending on the colour scheme and space available.
While most floor lamps have metal bodies, you will also find floor lamps made of wood, stone, cane, and other materials. It is highly recommended to go for metal bodied floor lamps, or floor lamps with natural stone so that they will last you longer. Other materials tend to be weaker and susceptible to damage by breakage or due to exposure to natural elements.
At The White Teak Company, we design, manufacture, transport, and install our own products from end to end. This means that you get our complete expertise at every step. Consulting our in-house experts is one of the best ways to find the perfect lamp for you.
How to Buy Designer Floor Lamps?
Designer floor lamps are those that are made with unique and beautiful elements that you don't usually find in mass-manufactured floor lamps that are abundant in the market. Designer floor lamps are unique and specifically designed to add elegance and sophistication to your home.
Before you set out to buy a designer floor lamp, make it a point to look through the types of designs that you can find in floor lamps. For example, if you don't have a lot of space in your living room and you are looking for a floor lamp to place next to the couch, you will want to opt for an arc floor lamp. That is a type of decorative floor lamp which has a curved frame that carries the light a certain distance away from the base. With an arc floor lamp, you will have the base next to the couch, but the light right on top of it. This is different from a corner floor lamp, which usually has an upright structure to illuminate your corners effectively.
If you're uncertain about the types of floor lamp designs available, you can browse our catalogue to get a comprehensive idea.
Frequently Asked Questions About Floor Lamps
1. What is a floor lamp?
- A floor lamp is a decorative light that requires minimal installation. It usually has a base, a body, and a shade that you can assemble at home. Once it is assembled, you can simply plug it into a power source and it is ready to use.
2. How to use a floor lamp?
- Floor lamps from The White Teak Company come with a paid installation service so that you do not have to figure out how to use one on your own. However, if you don’t want to opt for a professional installation service, you should be able to figure out how to assemble most lamps on your own. Do check with the manufacturer whether the piece you have needs a dimmer or not, before plugging it in.
3. Should I get a floor lamp or table lamp?
- If you already have a platform, table, or countertop to place the table lamp on, then buying a table lamp makes sense. In most cases, it does not make sense to add a table or teapoy simply because you want to place a table lamp in your room. It might even create a cluttered look if there is already a bunch of furniture in the room. In such cases, it is always better to choose floor lamps. Since they don’t need furniture underneath, they take less space and effortlessly add charm and sophistication to your rooms.
4. How do I choose the right floor lamp for my room?
- Measure your room to find out the amount of space you have at hand to place a floor lamp. Also consider the style of lamp you want — arc floor lamps, corner floor lamps, tripod floor lamp, metal or brass floor lamp — these are just a few of the options at hand. Browse the complete catalogue of available designs before you make your choice. Remember to take into consideration the exposure to natural elements like direct sunlight, humidity, etc. while selecting the materials that are suitable for your home.