8 Modern Globe Lamps to up the Ambience in Your Home
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Globe lights aren’t the first thing one imagines when thinking of table lamps but the shorter, more sculptural fixtures make great additions to most any room. They tend to cast an even glow helping to add to the ambience with soft, diffused light that gives off cozy feels. Take a look at these 8 modern globe lamps that will bring coziness to any space in your home and beyond.

JWDA Table Lamp by Jonas Wagell for MENU
A beautiful mix of concrete and brass come together in a design that’s both delicate and raw. Inspired by traditional oil lamps, the dimmable light with its minimalist oval shape is perfect to adorn a desk, bedside table, or next to a sofa.

Journey Wall + Table Lamp by Signe Hytte for &Tradition
Journey, which works as a table lamp or for the wall, consists of two opposing geometric shapes that merge together. Mimicking the moon, the round, opal glass shade rests within a scooped out section of the rectangular base for a simple yet striking form.

Brass Off Center Globe Table Light by Michele Varian
A bold, modern table lamp designed to accent anywhere it’s placed, from a bookshelf to a bedside table to a workspace. Sitting just off center for an unexpected twist, the accent lamp comes in an on-trend unfinished brass finish that will pop within any space.

IC Light T1 Low Dimmable Table Light by Michael Anastassiades for Flos
This low version of the collection’s table lamp is a study in balance with an opal blown glass globe projecting from a steel frame. Inspired by jugglers spinning orbs on their bodies, the lamp takes on a sculptural quality with its delicate silhouette.

Bel Occhio Table Lamp by Pablo Designs
Spanning 16″ in diameter this table lamp features a spherical acrylic globe that rests within a base allowing infinite adjustments to position its spotlight just right. The lamp also offers ambient light emanating from its inner column, which is available in white or orange.

Atlas 01 by Karl Zahn for Roll & Hill
Named after the Titan from Greek Mythology forced to support the weight of the world, the elegant Atlas lamp merges an illuminated glass globe with a metal base that looks as if it’s sinking from the weight of the light.

Stone Table Lamp by Norm Architects for MENU
A soft glow emits from the mouth blown smoky glass that’s designed to feel like candlelight lighting up a home. Paired with a ceramic base, the rotund lamp, which is meant to resemble a rock, evokes a cozy feel adding to the warmth of any environment.

28 Table Light by Bocci
Bocci’s 28 fixture can be used in a multitude of ways, but the table light version is really simple and elegant. In the production process, the temperature and the direction  of air flow into the blown glass are manipulated resulting in a distorted globe with interior bulbs.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.