A small disaster beset the I.E. household last week. Ok, not so much a disaster, but more of the breakage of a favourite kitchen lamp of which the I.E. Hubs is guilty. In his defence, it did happen whilst in the throes of decorating the other end of our kitchen dining space so all is forgiven.
This has, of course, meant I’ve been doing a bit of virtual shopping in search of a replacement. With our new botanical look and feel of our kitchen with our wall mural from Photowall, it was only apt to look for something nature-inspired that would compliment our new look. So I thought I’d share with you my finds as the bringing the outdoors in and our love of nature is a continuing trend in the interiors world.
10 Of The Best Nature Inspired Table Lamps
Table lamps are a great way to add not only a decorative element but also another level/layer of lighting to your rooms. We ‘re naturally attracted to light and using a table lamp can help draw the eye around a room and brighten up even the darkest corner. Throw in an unusual decorative touch with your lamps and they’ll be sure to grab everyone’s attention. They’re definitely worth investing in whatever your style or taste.
Flamingo Table Lamp
Anyone that knows me is aware of the fact that I am completely and utterly petrified of birds in real life. I once locked myself in the loo of my florist shop when a wee robin flew in and I ended up stranded there for a good hour before being rescued. However, that said, I absolutely adore their beauty in the form of art or sculptural numbers like this Flamingo Table Lamp and would happily have her live in my home. Its handmade in an antique finish from Out There Interiors. Price: £130.00
Palm Tree Table Lamp – Audenza
If you’re loving the tropical vibe this brass palm tree lamp will bring your homes an element of the exotic with its intricate detailing. It’s handmade which means no two are alike with an aged handcrafted look rather than the mass-produced perfect finish which offers a more unique and interesting piece to light up your rooms. Price: £299
Monkey Table Lamp
Lamp Ananas Pina Colada (Pineapple to me and you)
Because one can never have enough pineapples here’s one for the collection. A Victorian symbol of wealth and hospitality this lamp is lit from within, revealing a warm glow when switched on and showing off the texture and detail. Designed by Lorena Canals for the Goodnight Light house and is available in a variety of colours. Price: £79
Palm Tree Monkey Table Lamp
A subtle but intricately detailed lamp in the form of a palm tree with its very own gold climbing monkey. This is one of my favourites it has to be said and I’m considering it for our connecting room if not our kitchen. Price: £140.00
A Parrot, Table Lamp
If you’re looking to inject some playful colour appeal into your room, this parrot lamp by Made maybe the one. It’s only available in teal which has is proving to be a rather popular colour choice this year. The intricately moulded lamp base is a reflection of the taxidermy trend and offers a quirky lighting solution. The lampshade is available separately or you could add your own. Price: £79
We should never take life too seriously don’t you think? What better way than to introduce a bit of fun than with a neon number in the form of a neon cactus that sits in its own terracotta plant pot. A funky lighting feature for your homes that emits a soft green glow to remind us of warmer climates. Price: £75.
Hummer Lamp – Anna Jacobs
CIPRIANO – Sculptured Cactus Table Lamp
So which one would you have in your home or would you go for them all?
Thanks for stopping by and see you next time!