These Are the Most Stylish Lamps You Can Buy From Etsy Right Now

published Aug 29, 2021
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Of the many, many things I love about Etsy, the company’s home decor selection tops the list — it’s absolutely unrivaled and reliably affordable. So naturally, when I recently decided I wanted a pleated table lamp for my nightstand, I turned to the online treasure trove for shopping inspo. To exactly no one’s surprise, I instantly found (and subsequently ordered) just what I wanted, but even I was genuinely surprised by the sheer volume of stylish lighting options they had overall. The prices? Also mind-blowing. A little louder for the people in the back: Etsy lamps are it.

I knew I had a duty to spread the lighting love to all of you, so I scoured the site for even more one-of-a-kind finds in all varieties: sconces, pendants, desk lamps, floor lamps, and the like. Take note of my favorites below because, even if you’re not in the market now, there’s no such thing as having too much light.

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Small space dwellers, if you’re short on surfaces to stash a table or floor lamp, take advantage of this sleek brass sconce from Smile Lamp Works. Choose from one of three different ring styles, ranging from $59 to $69, and don’t feel obligated to buy in pairs. A single sconce can double as a cool complement to any living room gallery wall.

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Handcrafted by DEZAART in Greece (casual!), this neutral number gives me major West Elm vibes — for a fraction of the cost, of course. The simple shade reads timeless, but the lined chestnut base feels totally modern and distinctive. It’s the perfect subtle statement to top off a living room side table or bedroom dresser.

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was $85.00

Don’t underestimate the power of a good (and chic) pendant light, especially over a high-traffic table or counter. I love this geometric look from Simple Lighting Shop. It's available in two sizes and six colors — from yellow to pink to white — plus, it's even finished off with a classic strap-like detail along the top.

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You’ve seen the mushroom table lamp trend, now meet its sustainable, colorful cousin (although there’s a white combo, too, if that’s more your speed). Portland-based shop Honey & Ivy creates each of these 9.7 inch tall pieces via 3D printing technology that uses eco-friendly thermoplastic. Basically, they look good and do good, and they're a prime size to brighten up your nightstand.

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was $90.00

Forget tall floor lamps: These woven wonders, handcrafted by LannaPassa in Thailand using natural bamboo and traditional Thai techniques, can create the ultimate cozy ambience. This collection features six assorted heights — from 15 inches to 36 inches — as well a round rendition, all ranging from about $50 to $108. Whether you grab just one or multiples, consider any of these a pretty-meets-practical solve for empty corner space.

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Rattan shades + pretty profiles = my idea of the perfect pendant. Seller TARAZHOME crafts these little fixtures with three different shapes — in the form of a flower, umbrella, or igloo — all of which you can hang up anywhere in sets of twos or threes. Mixing and matching is highly encouraged, too.

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This metal table lamp is pricier, but if you're long overdue for a fun desk upgrade, it'll be a big style statement. Plug in either a pink, black, white, yellow, or orange version from Ekilamp Lighting to revamp your WFH routine... it may or may not spark (lamp pun fully intended!) some extra productivity.

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Retro Light Store has no shortage of (you guessed it) unique retro lamps at pretty decent prices. Exhibit A: this black sconce, which feels super fresh and cool, thanks to its upside-down socket and overall industrial allure. You can also shop a handful of other hues and similar styles, but act fast because some designs only have a few left in stock.

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These incredible textured lamps, brought to you by Hannah Simpson Studio, really closely resemble a style I’d been eyeing from Anthropologie... yet still cost way less. Go monochromatic or two-toned with three different base and shade color combos. The quirky shape is hands-down my favorite part, but you can also snag the raffia shade by itself for about $65.

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Another DEZAART creation (because I couldn’t pick just one), this sculptural pendant light makes a striking focal point both off and on. With the latter, the piece projects interesting shadows and beams of light onto your room and ceiling. Plus, it’s made using environmentally-friendly MDF-coated wood. One for every room, anyone?