Simple Ash Wood Table Lamp

by Design My World
+£4.95 standard delivery
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Product description

This Simple Table Lamp lives up to its name. It's beautifully designed, functional and definitely practical. Sometimes you don't need the fanciest of items to make an impact in your home. The simple lamp features a sturdy steel base that holds the ash wood stand. At the end of it is a coloured flex and a bare light bulb.

The design is perfect for modern and contemporary spaces. It's also great if you want to make add a simple statement piece to your interiors and great lighting. Each piece is a commissioned item so refunds are not accepted. The flex is available in a variety of different shades including pink, green, orange and red.

Materials Used: Steel, Ash wood, Flex
Beautiful, unique design
Great for contemporary homes
Fantastic statement piece
Requires 1 E27 light bulb

Product code:1183
Wood tones:ash (wood)
Colours:red, pink, green, orange, silver/chrome
Materials:wood, metal

Delivery and returns

This item is sold and dispatched directly by Design My World.

DestinationDelivery cost
Mainland UK £4.95
Northern Ireland £18.00
Ireland £40.00
Other UK islands £18.00
Highlands/Islands of Scotland £18.00
Western Europe £45.00
Northern/Eastern/Southern Europe £55.00

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