If you are the kind of person who spend a lot of time in your office, you should have the best table lamps in the market. Table lamps often come in different styles and finishes. Taste is personal, so there is no right or wrong choice in this department—the style, size, shape, and finish are all up to your personal preference, but here are some tips.

Job Table Lamp by Yaacov Kaufman


Designed by Yaacov Kaufman for German company Serien Lighting, the Job Table Lamp has a borosilicate glass arm and polished stainless steel shade. A perfect example of modern lighting.

Jielde SI333 Signal Desk Lamp in Bronze by Jean Louis Domecq


The first Jielde lamp was created in 1950 by Jean Louis Domecq, a designer based in Lyon, France, who was frustrated by the dearth of heavy-duty, hard-working task lamps on the market.

Triplex lamp by Johan Petter Johanesson


Designed in 1919 by Johan Petter Johanesson, the Triplex lamp is an industrial classic favored by collectors in Sweden. One of those aficionadoes, Robert Kullenberg, an engineer, has formed a design company called Mackapar, dedicated to bringing the Triplex back into production.

Lampe Gras Model 205 Task Lamp by Bernard-Albin Gras


A favorite of Le Corbusier, the Lampe Gras Model 205 Task Lamp was designed in 1921 by Bernard-Albin Gras and features a cast steel frame, a chrome or matte black finish.Originally this lamp was created to improve industrial lighting.

Amy by DelightFULL


Amy is a tribute to the great British singer and songwriter, Amy Winehouse. Outlined by the black of her hair and her round earring…The inside is in gold like her golden voice. The irreverent table version will surely look great on top of a table.

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