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Things you Need to Know about Brass Table Lamps

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Things you Need to Know about Brass Table Lamps

They’re classy, they’re versatile, and they’re surprisingly affordable. This post highlights brass table lamps, showing some of the different styles available, from classic to contemporary. Plus, there are tips for using designer brass lamps in your interior design, matching bronze lamps for Pooja, and everything else you need to know…

Why a Brass Table Lamp?

Because it’s lovely brass, of course! Beautiful, soft, smooth, buttery brass. It’s just the perfect material for table lamps: warm metal basking in a pool of light looks great in any room. But it’s also incredibly versatile, and designer brass lamp bases can be finished in various colours for different effects or sculpted to evoke different styles and periods. We realised just how versatile brass could be when we came up with the table lamp. This mistake turned out to work: we rescued an offcut of brass from the workshop floor and lamp-ified it. A few tweaks later, we ended up with one of the most elegant and stylish antique brass lamps from India.

And currently, we accomplish it as classic brass colour for a retro, antique feel (above); and a bronze finish which gives it a much more understated, contemporary look: Identical brass table lamp, but two very different vibes, especially when combined with contrasting lampshades.

Designer Brass Table Lamp Styles

If your room has a classic, contemporary, retro or modern theme, you can usually find hanging brass lamps India to complement and enhance it. Here are some more examples of the versatility of brass as a material.

Antique Style Brass Table Lamps

If you want your table lamp to look like it’s been handed down the generations – but brass is a perfect material with the convenience of modern technical specifications. It naturally appears to hand character and history – and we love lamps that feel like they have a story attached.

This table lamp above, for example, has a naval-inspired design, so you could pretend it’s been in your family since the Battle. Or, for a very different but no less characterful antique look, how about something like the Whistler (below). Its brass, but the colour is silver, reminiscent of candlelight and lavish dinner services and possibly even masked balls.

Classic brass table lamps

If you’re after a classical look in your traditional Indian hanging lamps, then go for a column style inspired by the architecture of Ancient Rome. Again, you can choose from various colours – and for a shade, try a square style and a natural material to complete the ‘classic’ look. 

Contemporary brass table lamps

Such is the versatility of brass that modern designsssssers can use to complete lovely modern table lamp designs. You don’t have to go too wacky for a striking, contemporary feel.

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