Fired Earthenware in the Spotlight

Table Lamps and hanging lamps; new decor trends featuring ceramics.

Table lamps with ceramic bases in bright new shapes are lighting the way to a new trend for home interiors. Pottery has been around for hundreds and hundreds of years and you may think every type of lamp pot design has already been made. Or so you’d think!

Wrong! Bright new lamps have emerged. Table lamps are famed for reflecting the styles and fashions of the day. There is no quicker way of adding a stylish statement light to a room than by plugging in a decorative lamp. But which style table topper suits you and your home decor?

The variety of seemingly endless ways to shape a ceramic pot makes the choice plentiful. However, when you throw into the mix the combinations of colours and textures and the sheer variety of lamps begins to dazzle. We’ve collated a few of the notable new arrivals for your consideration.

Dip Dyed table lamps add interest and brings a contemporary look to a traditional classic shaped lamp.

The Lighting Book  HULDA white and green glaze ceramic table lamp base

The Lighting Book  ABILO ribbed ceramic table lamp base in pink finish
The Lighting Book  IGNATIO ceramic pink and blue table lamp base
Elstead Lighting  CHELSFIELD pale green ceramic vase table lamp with shade

Textured lamps bring depth. A nice choice of lamp as the light spills onto the base it really enlivens a space.

Olka, shown here in blue (also available in a brown finish) has the look of terrazzo, massa, indie, Tuille all have a sculptural element that makes a lovely decorative object in its own right.

The Lighting Book  OLKA ceramic table lamp base in blue and white

Rattan and Tidal have subtle patterns that cut a dash.

The Lighting Book  RATTAN mint green ceramic bamboo table lamp base
The David Hunt Lighting Collection  TIDAL ribbed ceramic table lamp in blue petrol gloss finish with shade

Talking of patterns, patternation will be big this season as the Lycett and Zabe shows; it is a subtle and mellow light, yet brings a delightful little personality to a room.

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Glamorous textures are also on the rise, table lamps with gold detail are a la mode. We can see why as ultra-rich gilt has great reflective properties. Shining bright this opulent style is very modern and eye-catching.

Eclectic  QUILL gold and black ceramic table lamp with feather pattern and shade

Lamps with interesting details create a lovely mood light ideal for rooms where relaxing is done. It’s all about the base when it comes to decor though. Midcentury decor is popular and as such there are some delightful mid-century occasional lamps standing by to light up the fashionable homes, here’s our choice of 4 of the best midcentury ceramic lamps. Lustre, melba, latima, coutour lime.

The David Hunt Lighting Collection  LUSTRE table lamp in black oil effect finish with shade (large)
The Lighting Book  MELBA ceramic mauve glazed table lamp base
The Lighting Book  LATIMA ceramic seed pod table lamp base in taupe

You’ll not doubt feel illuminated by the bright new lamp selections in our fired earthenware selection. Yet we cannot finish here we have the finest bone china hanging lamps it’s ceramics elevated quite literally elevated! The masters of bone china lighting are our designer brand Original BTC brand partners who make pure white semi translucent fine bone china pendant lamps.

Original BTC  CHRISTIE natural white bone china rise and fall pendant with braided flex
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