- Glass or crystal will add sparkle to a buffet lamp. Look for lamps with glass or crystal bases for added glamor.
- Use pairs of buffet lamps to create a bigger impact on a side board or sofa table..
- A patterned lamp shade will make a small lamp like a buffet lamp stand out in a larger space.
The collection of table lamps at Arcadian Home includes buffet lamps. These slim buffet lamps resemble single stem candlesticks, which inspired them. Originally used in the dining room, buffet lamps today can be found throughout the home and commercial space. Anywhere that needs lighting but is small on space can benefit from the elegant, tall buffet lamps no matter the style of the interior. Often used in pairs, a single buffet lamp can provide light for a slim or small table.
Buffet lamps often have a traditional style but are also available in other styles including contemporary and transitional. Finishes include bronze, antique silver, gilt metal and other tones and colors. Some buffet lamps have glass stems or are decorated with crystals. Paired with small fabric, metal or glass shades, these slim buffet lamps can work in many interior styles. Look to pair traditional buffet lamps with traditional table lamps
in a more formal interior.
Buffet lamps were intended to sit upon a buffet or sideboard in a dining room. Their slim profile and small footprint make them a versatile lamp for other lighting needs throughout the home or office. Buffet lamps can be used on console or sofa tables in the living room. A buffet lamp can work atop a small side or accent table as well. In the bedroom buffet lights can illuminate a dresser or nightstand. Buffet lamps can also be used in hotels, bars, restaurants, lounges, libraries and other professional spaces.