Table Lamp, Antique Brass & Pink
Table Lamp, Blush Pink Glass & Polished Brass
Table Lamp, Dusty Pink Ceramic
Table Lamp, Dusty Nude Pink & Opal Glass
Table Lamp, Black & Brass
Table Lamp, Blush Grey
Nothing ups the ambience of a room quite like its lighting, and our pink table lamps will add a stylish touch to your home. Create an elegant statement with a mixed metal fixture, or opt for a Scandi-inspired piece with a pared-back light that's well-suited to a hallway console or a lounge side table. A blush pink table lamp is a practical but striking design that looks just as good next to your desk as on your bedside table. Shop our collection for industrial-style lamps, or take a look at our quirkier designs – they're guaranteed to become a talking point.
Picking the right pink table lamp
Before you do anything, you need to decide where you're going to put your new lamp and figure out how high it should be. Do you want it by the bed? On a console table in the hall? The height of the lamp depends on your space and the existing decor around it. If you have a tall bedside table then you'll need to make sure your lamp is shorter so it looks well-proportioned. As a good rule of thumb, pick a design where either the top of the shade or its lower part is at your eye level when seated.
Make a statement
A pink table lamp is an eye-catching focal point and a conversation piece when friends come over. Consider adding a glass lamp on top of a side table in the living room – the sheer glass light will add a modern twist to your room and gently illuminate for a calming vibe. If you want to try something a little bit different, pick out a lamp base (or use one you've already got at home) and top it with one of our pink lampshades in luxe velvet or dusty pink linen to create a unique-to-you piece.
Why stop at table lamps?
If you've been thinking about switching up the rest of the lighting in your home, here at MADE.COM we have a wide variety of options. A wall light is ideal if you're limited on square feet, as it does all the work for you without taking up any precious space. You could even pop two lights above the bed for a symmetrical look. And if you're working with a large dining room or reception room, a pendant light makes a dazzling statement. After all, who doesn't love a chandelier?