Three legs pack a powerful punch when it comes to lighting. Here are ten of our favorite tripod lamps.
The XL by new Madrid-based design studio Woodendot is locally made and sustainably produced from natural leather, lacquered metal and beech wood.
Designed by architect Greta Magnusson Grossman in 1947 the Grasshopper floor lamp has a striking profile and sits at the perfect tilt.
This long-legged lamp has an inviting round shade that caps off an elongated tripod.
Simplicity is the key of this walnut tripod lamp with a perfectly proportioned linen shade.
5. Holly Lamp
DESIGNER: Palo Samko
PRICE: Inquire for pricing
Palo Samko's Holly Lamp revolves around a ball piece that sits well below its over-sized shade.
This cute table lamp from Blue Dot plays a variety of roles: The straight shooter, when standing upright, and the quirky balance act when standing on one leg.
One of the pieces that launched Rich Brilliant Willing into the design consciousness, the Excel Floor Lamp is a study of proportions and balance.
A wire frame base adds an air of sophistication and polish to this tripod lamp from Flos.
9. Axis Light
MANUFACTURER: Castor Design
W 42" x H 64.75"
The Axis Light is machined from a solid piece of aluminum tube, which acts as one of the three legs as well as the lightsource.
10. Fortuny Moda Floor Lamp
DESIGNER: Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo
36.8"D x 94.5"H
A dramatic lamp designed in 1907, this lamp proves that simple is not the only aesthetic that works.
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