floor lamp

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a lamp that stands on the floor

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We also carry Ott bulbs and floor lamps, reading lamps and VisionSaver lamps, and are doing extremely well.
SOLON, Ohio -- Microsun(R) introduces the new Victorian floor lamp that provides a superior metal halide light source with the craftsmanship and design to suit any decorating needs.
Catalina Lighting presents a major introduction of fun tween lamps, desk and home office lighting, as well as combination furniture/lighting items like etagere floor lamps.
New items include the funky nylon head Medusa floor lamp ($39.
Current designs at midmarket and high-end retailers more accurately reflect furniture trends, such as leather and dark-finish furniture that warrant beefier floor lamps in traditional silhouettes and darker finishes.
Additionally, Lowe's displayed a new oversized palm tree outdoor post lantern with metal shade, also from Bel-Air, with the floor lamps on the aisle for $178.
Floor lamps in combination sets with desk lamps are also extremely popular this season.
Wal-Mart's floor lamp mix ranges from that infamous $8.
Floor lamps, particularly oversized designs, ornate torchieres with hand-carved detailing and distinctive glass shades, make powerful statements on a retail floor and in a home, and abound this market in several new finishes.
Today, floor lamps are a flourishing business and are enjoying increased space and sales at retail, industry sources said.
WHAT: Under the LADWP Energy Efficiency Program, LADWP residential customers are able to bring in their old, halogen Torchiere floor lamps and receive a safe, energy saving fluorescent lamp or a six-pack of compact fluorescent bulbs for free.
A Prairie bronze hanging fixture was on display alongside coordinating table lamps ($169 and $216), larger Prairie floor lamps ($225 and $320), a cast Normandy lamp ($134), a candlestick lamp ($99), a pineapple lamp in Regency Bronze finish ($87.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power wants to help Los Angeles residents lower their energy bills and replace old, unsafe halogen Torchiere floor lamps with new, energy saving fluorescent lamps.
Floor lamps, office lighting and looks that appeal to the "tween" crowd are also as important.