- Use a pair of table lamps on a console in the foyer to create a warm, welcoming entry for guests and family alike.
- Never exceed the recommended lamp wattage from the manufacturer of the table lamp for safety.
- Select a Mica table lamp with an oil rubbed or antique bronze lamp base for a traditional look.
Our lighting collection features a wide range of table lamps, including Mica table lamps. Today's Mica table lamps reflect the design history of Mica lampshades that goes back to the late 19th/early 20th century and the Arts & Crafts design movement. Looking for natural elements to inspire and be incorporated into the simple designs, Arts & Crafts designers used the mineral Mica to create luminous, semi-translucent lamp shades. With a different look than glass or fabric, Mica table lamps add a soft glow to whatever space they are in, be it a hotel, restaurant, living room or bedroom.
Today's Mica table lamps were inspired by the designs of the Arts & Crafts movement, Mission, Prairie School and Craftsman, as well as Art Deco and Modern styles. Mica shades tend to run from deep amber to golden yellow, to cream and even silvery greens. The warmth of the Mica shade lends itself well to deep, rich finishes like oil rubbed bronze, antique bronze, brass or copper as well as black. Mica table lamps come in a range of styles and finishes as well as shapes and sizes. Nickel and satin nickel finishes give Mica table lamps a more modern feel, while antique bronze adds a lustrous patina. Mica shades also range in styles, shapes and sizes to suit most styles of lamp bases.
Mica table lamps can be used in both commercial and residential lighting designs, including hotels, restaurants, bars, offices as well as various rooms in the home. Mica table lamps, along with Tiffany table lamps
, bring visual interest as well as light to a space, making these great table lamp choices for living rooms, homes offices, studies, dens, kitchens, foyers and bedrooms.