Flower shaped wall lamps
Flowers with lamps
Roses that have small lamps inside them
Years ago, my son gave us a bouquet of flowers. It was pink roses with a tiny little lamp inside each one. I plugged it in and loved it from first sight.
Today it is in my hallway. Always on and light my way around during the dark hours. I love flowers so he knew he gave me the very best gift.
There are so many beautiful flower lamps. I am so tempted to buy some of them.
A welcome home lamp
In all the homes I have lived, I always liked to have a wall lamp burning even if I was not at home for the moment. Silly me you think, but the truth is that when I opened the door the shining lamp welcomed me home.
I still have a few lamps burning around the clock. In the window I have lamps for the flowers benefit. The days are getting shorter and shorter now and all my plants stretches their little arms towards the burning lamps.
I have also a lamp on the wall to make the TV room milder and inviting. It is said that the eyes benefit from a small lamp when the TV set is on. Another nice place for a wall lamp like the little flower from IKEA here, is in the nursery. Many children prefer a night lamp and this is perfect!
With paper and stapler
Have the light shining upwards or down?
In one of my houses, all the wallamps in stairways, korridors or small rooms were shining upwards. Since the ceiling was white, the light was enhanced and reflected much more than it usually would have done. It really saves you money to have a halogene lamp shinging upon something bright like a ceiling.
The wall lamp here to the left is a small fountain also. So sweet to keep on the side of the dining table or in the guestroom!
There are so many choices so I just recommend - get a wall lamp and start to see things that used to be kept in the dark!
Some of my favourties
Faux stone finish.
Includes one 10 watt halogen bulb.
Plugs into standard 120v wall outlet.
Victorian Arts & Crafts Floral Reverse Painted