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Teen Floor Lamps
- Teardrop Floor Lamp $249
- Capiz Strip Floor Lamp $269 Sale $159.99
- Marquee Light Mirrors $299 – $499 Limited Time Offer $239 – $499
- Cooper Floor Lamp $229 Limited Time Offer $183
- HARRY POTTER™ Phoenix Floor Lamp $399
- Solid Spotlight Floor Lamp $199 Limited Time Offer $159
- Rose Gold Metallic Spotlight Floor Lamp $199 Limited Time Offer $159
- Brushed Nickel Metallic Spotlight Floor Lamp $199 Limited Time Offer $159
- Tilda Bubble Floor Lamp $269
- LED Wire Side Table Floor Light $159 Sale $94.99
- Glass Spotlight Floor Lamp $169 – $199 Sale $119.99 – $159
- The Emily & Meritt Bow Floor Lamp $279 Limited Time Offer $195
Illuminate Your Decor with Teen Floor Lamps
Light up the room with a stylish selection of teen floor lamps. Made just for burgeoning design tastes, these lamps showcase everything that's great about floor lamps, like the height and the drama, while making room for playful touches that incorporate teen styles and complement teen bedroom decor. Look for sturdy pedestal bases, modish metallic finishes, lamp shades of all kinds and extra details like bows or crystal glass. Don't be afraid to get experimental with teen floor lamps. This is the time to start defining your aesthetic.
Elements of Standing Lamps
When shopping for lamps, it can be useful to know the names and types of different lamp parts or styles. These quick tips will help you choose teen floor lamps that work for your decor.
- The base is where the lamp rests on your floor or rug. It's usually where the cord with your plug connects to the lamp, too.
- A pole or tube gives your lamp its height. These stems are where you see a lot of your decorative elements. For instance, a slim tube with a statement bow or a stack of bubbles or crystals rising up toward the shade.
- The shade is what goes over your light bulb. It filters light for comfortable viewing and sets the mood based on its color or texture. If you change to a colored bulb, your shade might look a little different.
- The finial is at the top of the lamp. Not every lamp has one, though. For instance, some teen floor lamps skip the finial in favor of a different creative style or a cleaner look that caps at the top.
Choosing Finishes and Colors
Choose your favorite colors and finishes for your lamps or take the opportunity to imagine a new look in your room and decorate accordingly.
- A white shade brightens your space and lets you match crisp white bedding or a sherpa rug or futon.
- If you love dusky pinks or purples, try a pale gray or clear look around silvertone metal. The contrast is just enough to boost your decor.
- Explore interesting metal finishes, like rose gold, bronze or burnished gold. Globe shades can make this a monochrome look.
- Combine looks by taking cues from chandeliers with Cadiz strip lamps that dangle and sway for a sophisticated light filtration effect.
Where to Place Your Lamp
When considering where to put your lamp, remember you'll need to place it near an outlet. Arrange your furniture, like nightstands or a desk to make space for your lamp where it will best brighten your room. Over a bed for reading, next to a desk for studying or creating art, or near a mirror where you get ready for the day are all perfect places.