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Modern Metal Bedroom Floor Standard Lamps

When you buy a floor lamp for your bedroom, you'll be looking for something that fits well with your décor and which gives you the kind of illumination you want, whether that is focusing on a small area or spreading more diffuse light to add a relaxing atmosphere to your whole bedroom. Floor and standard lamps are a flexible and attractive option, especially if you are limited by available space.

The range of modern metal bedroom floor lamps covers all kinds of tastes, styles and lighting requirements.

Fixed single light source designs with a traditional feel in an assortment of brass, satin silver, brown or wood finishes give you that classic touch.

If you're looking for a more modern looking, sleek and streamlined effect, there are several lamps finished in brushed or silver chrome and satin nickel.

In terms of light source, you can find lamps giving out diffuse glow, with a wide array of light shade colours and styles available to choose from. Multi-purpose lamps with more than one light output are ideal for both diffuse illumination and focused spotlights.

Many floor lamps have adjustable stems or shades, so you can alter the light source in various directions to create different moods and effects as well as adjusting the lamp's angle and range.

If you want a non-intrusive light source, try an uplighter, which spreads light across the ceiling to create a warm and cosy effect. You may want something which allows you to vary the intensity of the light source, in which case choose a lamp with a dimmer switch.

If you fancy something stylish and unusual, choose from a range of lamps where design as well as utility is emphasised. Options include artichoke or flower-style light casings, crystal effect, metal or fabric lampshades and flexible multi-arm designs.

Floor lamps with cutting-edge modern designs contrast well with retro-styled themed lamps for a standout bedroom style. 

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