Tiffany table lamps are named after the designs of Louis Comfort Tiffany, an American artist and designer in the early 20th century. His signature stained glass designs included table lamps, pendant lights and floor lamps. The art glass shades include colored, opaque, seeded and slag glasses to create colorful patterned lamp shades. Lamp bases can be found in oil rubbed bronze and other dark finishes that highlight the colorful Tiffany glass shades. Some Tiffany designs are inspired by natural elements including tree, flowers and forest flora. Other designs have roots in the Prairie School and Mission designs that favored linear and geometric designs, seen in the lighting in this kitchen. Look for more table lamps
styles in our table lamp collection.
The Kichler Lighting Bayonne Tiffany Table Lamp
and other Tiffany lighting in this kitchen add a warm, handcrafted style to this beautiful kitchen. Colorful, geometric pattern Tiffany glass lampshades on the table lamp and pendant lights add light as well as style to the counter and kitchen island. The yellows of the transitional style table lamp nicely complement the other colors in the room while adding subtle pops of richer color and deep blacks. Using a table lamp in a kitchen can provide ambient lighting in the evening or task lighting for reading recipes or writing to-do lists on the kitchen desk.