Glass and Crystal Lamps

Glass and crystal lamps are so popular right now.  And for good reason!  They’re gorgeous!  I think they add sophistication to a room.  Prices can vary.  Here are a few options that I found, if you’re thinking about adding a glass or crystal lamp to your home.

Here are a few examples of glass lamps in rooms.

These two are from Decorpad.

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This is from Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles by designers  Yvonne R. McFadden and colleague Ed Belding of Summerour Interiors.

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This is from designer Lisa Luby Ryan.

This Robert Abbey lamp would add great shine and simple sophistication to a room. 

Here is another one (very similar to the one above) from Z Gallerie.  It’s called Gabrielle.

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These are from Pottery Barn.  They are not as sleek and modern as the one’s above, but I love how you can put small objects inside them!  Very fun!

Bacchus Table & Bedside Lamp

Crystal lamps are also very gorgeous.  They can also be pretty pricey!

The following are my favs from Restoration Hardware. 

Crystal Pier Lamp

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Palladian Urn Lamp

Palladian Urn Lamp Crystal

Saxon Lamp

Saxon Lamps

Wilshire Lamp

Wilshire Lamps

I snapped a few pics at while at Target the other day.  These are a great economical alternative to the expensive glass or crystal lamps. 

TJ Maxx also has some beautiful lamps that really resemble the RH lamps.  I don’t think they are crystal, but they are very thick glass. They run about $99 which is a great price for such a nice lamp.

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