Cool bedside lamps – quirky, modern & unusual lamps.

Cool bedside lamps -the quirky, the modern and the unusual for every budget.

While my partner and I were waiting for the purchase of our first house to go through, we were living with my parents. Yep – it was a little bumpy at times, but we all lived to tell the tale.

During this time, I was shopping in B&M bargains with my Mum for washing powder or something, when I came across a bed-side lamp I knew would be perfect for our new home.

It was the last place I expected to find a lamp and my Mum hated it, so I left the £4 yellow lamp behind, only to return the next day and snap, not one, but two of them up.

To this day, it’s one of the best purchases I made for our house and at such a brilliant price too.

Although at first glance, it didn’t look quirky and modern, in its place on the red bedside table, I thought it looked pretty cool.

I’m very into lamps and while it’s fun to show off about my bargain, this isn’t the point of this story; the point is, there are cool lamps everywhere, you just have to know what you’re looking for and you’ll find it.

Being specific about size, colour and style will help you narrow down what type of bedside lamp you’re looking for; there are so many out there to choose from it can get overwhelming.

What can I use instead of a bedside lamp?

Candles, battery operated candles, neon signs and fairy lights make a fabulous alternative.

What kind of lamp is best for a bedroom?

A warm or neutral coloured light makes a great bedside lamp because it will create a nice atmosphere.

How tall should a bedside lamp be?

As a rough guide, 19 to 21 inches high.

Is it ok to have two different bedside lamps?

Although it’s more traditional, your bedside lamps don’t have to match. While symmetry can look nice, so can an eclectic look.

Can you have mismatched lamps in the living room?

Similarly to your bedroom, your living room lamps don’t have to match.

What can I use instead of a bedside lamp?

LED candles, wall lamps and bed frame lights are a great alternative to a traditional bedside lamp. You could also use a standing lamp in the corner of your room.

Should bedside lamps be tall or short?

This all depends on the rest of your furniture and how you want your room to feel when your lamp is on. A shorter lamp will be cosier than a taller lamp for example. Trust your eye on this one to see which is going to fit in your room the best.

Should you have a lamp on both bedside tables?

As a general rule, if there are two of you in the bed then their should be two lamps, however, I don’t think it’s always necessary.

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So while you’re working out the kind of lamp you want/need, have a read through my list of cool bedside lamps below.

Cool bedside lamps:

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You lamp in emerald checkerboard – Hannah Simpson Studio £418

Pink tower lamp by Pulp Sculptuur – Glassette £310

Follow lamp by Hannah Simpson Studio – Glassette £270

Besportble shell lamp – Amazon £25.99

Pictor tinted glass lamp – Habitat £30

Kinoko coloured glass lamp – La Redoute £170

Dixie glass lamp – Urban Outfitters £89

Bobbin blue wooden lamp – Oliver Bonas £98

Ovie bird blue ceramic lamp – Oliver Bonas £45

Alyssa white glass table and desk lamp – Oliver Bonas £55

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Cliftonville cowgirl – Poodle and Blonde £215

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Wiggle lamp – Glassette, Bias Editions £150

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Cheetah table lamp – Urban Outfitters £71

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Kelpie table lamp – Pookie £75

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Rahnn confetti glass table lamp – Habitat £30

Ines yellow raffia ceramic lamp – Oliver Bonas £85

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