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Short and stocky or long and skinny, the multiple-leg bases of lamps are springing up with the onset of warm weather. Instead of opting for a breakable hourglass shape or a stark and angular piece of metal to act as a base for your lamp, designers and manufacturers around the world have found a number of unique ways to arrange wooden legs together – in perfect formation – to create a strong base reminiscent of a meticulous photographer’s vintage tri-pod.
Built using solid walnut legs, the Solstice floor lamp (and its sister Solstice table lamp) by Ample come with a handmade natural linen shade, a cloth-covered cord, and a solid brass socket. Standing tall at 62”, the eco-friendly Seattle-made source of illumination comes in a light or dark lampshade that measures 22” in diameter. For an ultra lightweight modern aesthetic, molo had designers Stephanie Forsythe and Todd MacAllen create a fluffy, white glow using a lampshade constructed out of textile. Titled the Cloud Softlight, its gentle approach to interior illumination comes in a table or floor lamp. Rounding out the pedestal base trend, Areaware’s Shanty Lamp by Paul Loebach demonstrates the thickest of all designs. (Its so strong it would probably withstand a game of impromptu living room football if it had to.) Squatting atop thick pine legs, this New York City design is not only striking in a simple, high quality way, it’s also handmade with the earth in mind. Whether you’re trying to bring the resilient outdoors in through its campfire resemblance or its solid, green-friendly wood construction, you (and your clumsy houseguests) will appreciate the thoughtful design of a sturdy tri-pod base.