What should you look for when buying Adesso 3201-15 Espresso Floor Lamp?
Walnut poplar wood Frosted glass shade 68" total height On/off foot step switch
What is the advantage of this Adesso 3201-15 Espresso Floor Lamp?
Add a contemporary accent to your home with the sleek hourglass design of the Adesso Espresso Floor Lamp. Inspired by the rich brown color of espresso, this floor lamp has a dark walnut poplar wood base and a frosted glass shade. Bulbs not included.
Adesso lighting fixtures are compatible with incandescent lightbulbs or compact fluorescent lightbulbs.
The Espresso Floor Lamp has a simple, unique hourglass base that adds a modern accent to any room. It is constructed with dark walnut poplar wood and a frosted glass shade that gives off a warm, bright light.
The lamp features a hands-free foot step on/off switch. Simply step on the switch to turn the lamp on or off with your foot.
Adesso, meaning 'Now' in Italian, is headquartered In New York City, the design center of the USA. Adesso s specialty is designing fresh, contemporary, affordable lighting and furniture. Adesso is a design driven company with a proven global appeal and is established as a dominant supplier of task and floor lighting in low, mid and high level markets.
Adesso, an LED pioneer in the US lighting industry, has been shipping LED products since 2003 and now has a vast, progressive LED lighting assortment that is top notch in the industry. Adesso's success is the fruit of innovation, contemporary craftsmanship, high quality products, and our ability to provide high quality design to the masses.
Soften sharp contemporary lines with the Espresso floor lamp. A rich walnut finished wood base adds warmth to any room and the frosted white glass shade evenly distributes illumination from a 150 Watt equivalent bulb. Turn the lamp on and off with a conveniently located foot step switch. This lamp has a clear cord and is smart outlet compatible. Bulb is not included.
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