Today’s Daily Lamp is pretty cool — from Etsy for today’s edition, meet the Terrarium Table Lamp from Etsy user Share Studios — who has some impressive Terrarium Table Lamps!Â They’re all made to order, which always makes me feel like I have something personal and made for me.Â That’s how I feel about it, at least!
This minimalist column table lamp adds a new dimension to the concept of the “lamp”. The lampshade frame perched atop the glass base, is welded from cold rolled steel and covered in handmade paper. The cord snakes out the side, between the shade and the glass, leaving the glass base empty for you to fill with whatever may inspire you.
We have recently made a few changes to our popular Terrarium/Display lamp design. This new version has a lampshade that now hovers an inch above the glass base, with nickle plated hardware and clear rubber coated feet gripping the glass.
The tall handmade paper lampshade accentuates the linear quality of the glass vase, creating a simple, clean, and modern table lamp.
Using it as a terrarium, display case, or just simply for light, this lamp is a unique addition to any living space.
As with most lamps, the design is at itâ€™s best when lit. The tubular light bulb illuminates the unique natural texture of the handmade kozo paper with feather accent, the clear glass base and cloth covered electrical cord snaking out from the side.
The lamp measures 22’â€™ tall, with its base being 10â€™â€™ in diameter. Perfect for a bedside table, shelf, or any space that could use a unique lighting solution.
The beige retro styled cloth covered cord is 6 feet long from the base of the lamp with an inline lamp cord switch to easily turn on/off the lamp. The cord ends with a stylish white plug.
Although carefully crafted with quality lamp parts (many of them UL rated), my Terrarium/Display table lamp is not UL rated.
Tubular 40 Watt lightbulb included.
Plants and terrarium parts not included.
THIS LAMP IS MADE TO ORDER. The handmade paper used on the new lampshade may vary slightly. Please allow up to two weeks for production.
I found some other images of the Terrarium Table Lamp on Share Studios’ Facebook page — worth the visit!
Here’s a version of the Terrarium Table Lamp with a Siamese fighting fish chillaxing inside: