- Floor lamps can be used for task lighting or ambient lighting in a living room or great room.
- Combine a floor lamp and comfortable chair for an instant reading nook.
- A pair of table lamps and a coordinating floor lamp are a good combination for lighting a living room.
Since the late 1930s Kichler Lighting has designed award-winning quality lighting and ceiling fan products. The combination of craftsmanship with style, backed by superior customer service means Kichler Lighting provides top quality products for businesses, commercial real estate and home installations. Each light, lamp, ceiling fan and accessory is backed by over seventy years of knowledgable and innovative lighting design and manufacturing. This lamp and lighting collection from Kichler
includes floor lamps and table lamps. The Kichler Lighting floor lamps are sold in several designs as well as a selection of finishes and sizes to complement many room styles and interior designs. With Kichler floor lamps, style, quality and service together make their floor lamps excellent choices to illuminate a room or reading nook.
Kichler Lighting floor lamps are sold on Arcadian Home in a range of designs and finish selections. The floor lamps from Kichler feature both contemporary and modern styles in addition to transitional and traditional styles. Designs include swing arm lamps and torchieres. Among the finishes offered on Kichler floor lamps are metal tones of bronze, antique brass, brushed nickel, pewter as well as black and white. Various shade options and the ability to replace the lampshades with custom shades of your own make these floor lamps versatile and stylish lighting choices.
Kichler floor lamps work as both ambient and direct lighting in rooms throughout public spaces and homes. For polished interior lighting designs these floor lamps coordinate with more lighting designs, including chandeliers, wall sconces, ceiling lights, table lamps and pendant lights
from Kichler. Floor lamps from Kichler Lighting can be used as reading lamps in living rooms and home offices, bedrooms, dens and family rooms; torchieres can replace or supplement ceiling lighting as well. Non residential installations include reading rooms in libraries, cafes, bookstores, hotel lobbies, restaurants, and lounges.