Glasgow Floor Lamp

£196.00

The Glasgow Floor Lamp is a fantastic new creation from It’s About RoMi; part of their eye-catching City Lights range. Urban minimalism for your home!

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Product Description

The Glasgow Floor Lamp is a fantastic new creation from It’s About RoMi; part of their eye-catching City Lights range; each of the City Lights has been inspired by the culture and architecture of cities from around the globe. The Glasgow Floor Lamp is a modern standing light, inspired by both the industrial heritage of the city. Glasgow, once the “Second City of the British Empire”, is reflected in the sturdy iron base and angular stem of the floor light; reminiscent of the cranes that stood against the skyline on the Clyde.

Available in black or white, this lamp is perfect for any modern home or office; perfectly paired with the Glasgow Table Lamp. Echoing classic design trends and themes, this is a floor lamp that is effortlessly fresh and innovative, while embracing traditional design elements. An understated statement piece, the Glasgow Floor Lamp’s 2 metre fabric cable with hand switch ensures this versatile lamp does not have to stay in a corner or against the plug socket but can shine anywhere in your space!

Product Features:

  • Iron construction
  • No assembly required
  • 2 metre adjustable fabric cable

Requires 1 x E27 Max 40W bulb (not included)

Height: 140 – 158 cm (adjustable)
Diameter: 55 cm
Weight: 5.5 kg

Base:
Width: 28 cm
Diameter: 4 cm

Shade:
Height: 9 cm
Diameter: 15  cm

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Colour

Black, White

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Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Switzerland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and United Kingdom.